Kami Brady Photography » Houston, TX and Pearland TX newborn, baby and child photographer

  • Kami Brady is a custom portrait and commercial photographer specializing in maternity, newborn, baby and child portraiture.
    Her style has been described as modern with a vintage twist, incorporating beautiful color hues, patterns and unique props to serve
    as the backdrop for the tiniest of newborn details or the many faces of the biggest "kids." Her inspirations are often found in
    designer fabrics, textiles, fashion magazines, antique stores, flea markets and other treasure troves. Newborns are photographed
    7-10 days after birth in Kami's boutique studio, and sessions are booked 3-4 months in advance of birth to ensure schedule
    availability. She serves serving the Greater Houston, TX area, including Sugar Land, Missouri City, The Woodlands, River Oaks,
    The Heights, Pearland, Katy, Rosharon, Clear Lake, League City, Spring, Humble, Galveston, Deer Park, and surrounding areas.
    Kami is now booking sessions for September 2014 and on.


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