Tag Archives: Maternity Photographer.

Babies & Beanies for Lexie 2016 – Terms and Conditions

Snowgum Studio and Tess Godkin Photographer are proud to bring you Babies in Beanies for Lexie 2016!

Babies in Beanies is a charity fundraiser for the Cerebral Palsy Alliance. The entire $50 entry fee will be donated to the CPA and each of the contestants will receive a high resolution digital file of their portrait.
The...

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Meet Our 2012 Babies in Beanies Winner – Canberra Wedding & Portrait Photographer

I am very pleased to announce that our winner for the 2012 Babies in Beanies competition is the gorgeous Rachel Jansen.  This year I left the judging up to the Canberra Weekly – it’s too difficult to pick a winner from all of the cuties!  They chose Rachel because of her cheeky infectious smile and...

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Babies in Beanies 2012 – Canberra Wedding and Portrait Photographer

Registrations and portrait sessions for Babies in Beanies 2012 (a charity event to find Canberra’s cutest Baby in a Beanie) are now closed.  If you would like to be notified for next year’s competition  LIKE  Snowgum Studio Photography on FACEBOOK or sign up to this blog.
If you would like to see some of the gorgeous...

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Babies in Beanies 2012 – Registrations are open!

With the launch of the 4th annual Babies In Beanies photo competition, Snowgum Studio is looking for Canberra’s Cutest Baby in a Beanie! The competition was established to raise funds for the Newborn Intensive Care Foundation (NCIF), a local Canberra charity which assists in the development of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Canberra Hospital....

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Babies In Beanies – Canberra Baby Photographer

I just wanted to share with you a little slideshow of all our contestants from this years 2011 Babies in Beanies Competition.
And by the way we raised $11,096.00 in total for the Newborn Intensive Care Foundation!  A fantastic effort from all of our contestants.  Thank you all so much for your support – a little...

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