Newborn Photography Altona North & Altona
Googling for newborn photography Altona North or Altona? On the hunt for one of Melbourne’s most popular, experienced photographers? Wonderful news! Lorna Kirkby would love to capture your special moments and turn them into unforgettable memories.
Memorable Newborn Photography Altona North
Amazing!! Not only are the photographs of our baby absolutely gorgeous we felt very at ease watching Lorna work her magic with our little bundle. We were lucky enough to have our newborn involved in one of Lorna’s mentoring workshops in Adelaide and I am so thankful because our images are sensational. The attention to detail right down to the packaging was exceptional! From the moment we walked into the studio Lorna took control and had our baby calm and comfortable (no easy task considering it was winter and she hated being naked). I have no hesitation in recommending Lorna and have done so to friends living in Melbourne.”
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Clients travel from all over wider Melbourne such is Lorna’s standing in the photography industry. There’s no price you can put on the assurance of a photography session with one of the best newborn photographers in Melbourne. Lorna has been serving clients from Altona North for nearly a decade.
Wonderful news! You’re no more than 10 minutes away from my studio. We’re practically neighbours!
20 Lobelia Drive, Altona North, 3025
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Fun facts about…
ALTONA NORTH & ALTONA
Prior to arrival of Europeans, the Altona area was home to Kurung-Jang-Balluk Aboriginal people of the Woiwurrung clan.
First permanently settled in 1842, Altona first appeared on maps in 1861. It was named by Frederick Taegtow, a German who hailed from Altona, a town located outside of Hamburg.
Welcome to Lorna’s Studio
I would like to extend a warm welcome to you. I’m sure you’ll feel most comfortable in my spacious well-equipped studio. Help yourself to some coffee or tea. Or grab a bottle of water if it’s a hot day. If you have any questions, please ask. Nothing is too much!