Launched in 2011, Fiona Margo Photography has been providing family & newborn photography to fun-loving, adventurous and snuggly families in Seattle and beyond. My job is to make sure booking your session is simple, you all look your best through styling help and we choose the best location for the look you want. On this site you can see past sessions, learn about my photography style, what to expect and even book a session online for your convenience. I know you are a busy mom, I am one too! I live on Bainbridge Island with my firefighter husband, two girls and very fluffy puppy.
HOW IT ALL STARTED
When these little girls of mine were babies, I fell into photography as a way to better capture their childhood and quickly learned that I loved capturing other people’s family connections as well. As the years have gone by, I have realized there are a few types of sessions that really make my artist heart sing. I love capturing families against the backdrop of our gorgeous state- I specialize in mountaintop sunset sessions and playful beach shoots. I also love capturing brand new babies in the comfort of your home or in the lovely light of my Bainbridge Island Natural Light Studio.
MAKING IT FUN!
Getting in front of the camera can feel overwhelming! I know, we hire a photographer for our family every year too! I run around stressing out over outfits and hair and thinking up bribes for my kiddos with the best of them! Between my own personal shoots and photographing over 70 families each year, I have learned to keep shoots short and really playful. I want you to come away from our time together with great memories, not just great photographs. I will play games with your kids, make you snuggle your husband or wife and ensure you all look good doing it. If this all sounds like your cup of tea, you can check out my online schedule or shoot me a message through my contact form, I cannot wait to get to know your wonderful family! Please note that grumpy dads/parents are NOT welcome in my brand.
Here are some of my favorite photographs: