About Me

Hi! I’m Michelle and I am a newborn baby, maternity and family photographer. I live in sunny Perth with my hubby, Andrew, our three children, two dogs, our rabbit and our guinea pig. I love coffee and watching Game of Thrones, Mitchell and Web or Brian Cox documentaries on the couch with a glass of wine (or three). I try to walk wherever I can, I enjoy reading whenever I can. My guilty pleasures are MKR on the TV, Bombay Sapphire gin and eating in bed. I love cooking and I'm kind of a crazy plant person too. We are "accidental" co-sleepers, extended breastfeeders and baby-wearers.

I grew up in Cape Town, South Africa and I've also lived in England and Scotland in the UK before settling in Perth, Western Australia. I went to university in Cape Town, South Africa and Manchester in the UK to study medical science and sort of fell into photography along the way! I **REALLY LOVE** what I get to do for a living now. I can't actually believe how lucky I am to be living my dream!

Since moving to Perth I have won several online children’s portrait competitions. I am a stock photography contributor for Getty Images and Austock Photo where my beloved fur baby, Bruno is a big star!

My photo sessions are relaxed and friendly, and you are welcome to bring your own props and ideas. I love photographing family connection and I want to capture WHO you are more than what you look like. I am all about fantastic customer service. Reach out to me HERE and I'll get straight back to you.

I can’t wait to meet you!

Michelle x


newborn photography Perth photographer self-portrait of Michelle Jones

Testimonials

Testimonials

Saya

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"I can't recommend Michelle @ Little Brown Rabbit Photography enough. So happy we chose her for our maternity & newborn shoot, the pictures were amazing and she's been an absolute pleasure before, during and after!
I researched so many different newborn photography studios in Perth but her pictures were the loveliest. I loved how she offered a maternity + newborn photos which included the digital copies in full resolution, without any hidden cost for which we would have had to pay more to get the pictures."

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