Melbourne Family Photographer

Hyggelig

(pron. hoo-ger-lee)

A feeling of contentment, warmth and joy.

Loving, intimate, comforting.

A deep sigh and a big smile.

You’re home.

Photography for loved-ones and lovers of all kinds. Natural, relaxed, light-filled photos of moments both big and small to revisit and remember forever

Let’s make some memories

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The only problem we had was deciding on what pictures we loved best

Precious Fawcett

Melbourne Family Photographer

We’re here for life, love and everything in between

We’re here for your first kiss as a married couple. The contentment and pleasure on your face as you take a deep breath of your child’s newborn smell. The wild joy of family lounge room dance parties. The cheeky smile your child pulls as they throw their arm around their sibling. Your toddler’s hand reaching up to take yours.

We’re here for fist pumps and sweet kisses and tongue-pokes and wry smiles and nose rubs and the wiping away of a tear.

We’re here for all of it

Melbourne Family Photographer

Janet is superbly talented, with such an amazing eye for detail, light and contrast, not to mention her ability to steal smiles and giggles from a non-cooperative toddler! I can't recommend her & her team highly enough

YOUR LIFE IS A RARE AND PRECIOUS THING

LET’S CAPTURE IT IN ALL ITS GLORY

Birth | Babies | Fur-friends | Families

Elopements | Weddings | Loved-up couples of all kinds

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rad stories from ace weddings and families.

Finding the sunshine – Melbourne family photographer

Ace couple, rooftop pool, first look, rad architecture & a Greenfields wedding | Hyggelig Photography | Melbourne wedding Photographer

When you’re a rad fambam | Melbourne street art family portraits | Hyggelig Photography

Glorious sunshiney Bushrangers Bay beach wedding | Melbourne wedding photographer | Hyggelig Photography

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'We photograph on the lands of the Wurundjeri people and I wish to acknowledge them as Traditional Owners.

I would also like to pay my respects to their Elders, past and present"