Worcester Newborn Photographer | Leominster Newborn Photographer


My session with Ethan occurred a bit outside the recommended newborn age (he was a whole 7 weeks old!) but his gorgeous little bub contentedly drifted to sleep mid-way through his visit and I was excited to capture a few traditional newborn poses :)

newborn baby boy
newborn baby boy
newborn baby boy
newborn baby boy
newborn baby boy


Worcester & Leominster MA Newborn Photography


I love working with new and expectant families in Massachusetts, providing mothers and fathers with a memorable experience and treasured newborn photographs I know they will cherish for years to come. The first few weeks of your baby’s life (while hazy and sleepy) are so fleeting. To capture your little one in those first few weeks before their precious newborn features begin to change is a privilege for me and a gift to yourself! If you live in the Worcester or Leominster  areas of Massachusetts and are interested in more information about a newborn photography, send a message. I’d love for you to visit my cozy Central MA newborn photography studio so I can share my love for newborn portraits with you and your family.

EESmith Photography is a Sterling based portrait studio and is proud to provide beautiful & timeless artwork to families living all over Massachusetts including Worcester, Leominster, Hudson, Berlin, Bolton, Boylston, West Boylston Sterling & Holden, MA.

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  • Jen

    Wow this little guy is precious!  These are so sweet. :)ReplyCancel

  • These are perfect. Love the textures you’ve used and the tones in these images. Gorgeous!ReplyCancel

  • Estela Giargei

    Those black and White images are my favorite. Beautiful indeed!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Love all that squish!ReplyCancel

  • what a beautiful chunky baby. Love them all, great work! ReplyCancel

  • What a beautiful chunky baby! Love these all, great job. ReplyCancel

  • stephanie webster

    I love a bit older babies too, they have more direct eye contact – these are stunningReplyCancel


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