Make Mum smile this Mothers Day with a Mini Photography Session with the ones she loves most.

Are you contemplating the perfect way to say ‘I love You!” to Mum this Mothers Day? Why not consider giving her a meaningful gift? Something she will treasure forever?

When was the last time she had photos taken of herself with you? If you have children of your own, when was the last time you had photos taken of yourself with your children?  

Who wouldn’t love some beautiful images of themselves with their baby or child (even grown up ones!)?

What about giving your own Mother a beautiful canvas or framed print of yourself with your children?

Well, exciting news.  In celebration of Mothers Day, KERRY SCHULTZ PHOTOGRAPHY will be holding mini sessions.

Mothers Day Mini Session Image
Available Dates

Saturday 23rd April

For those who wish to have the images ready to give as a gift to Mum on Mothers Day.  Images will be available for download in plenty of time for Mothers Day.

Sunday 15th May

For those who want to include Mum in the photos and give the session as a surprise gift on Mothers Day. A gift voucher will be sent out to you so you have something to give on the day.


Each session will last approximately 30 minutes and includes 10 high resolution digital images which you can choose from your online gallery and a free Facebook timeline collage. All Mothers Day Mini Sessions for 2016 will also include a BONUS print (8x10) valued at $75

Images will be available for download in plenty of time for Mothers Day.

There are only a limited number of sessions available and bookings are essential.  To reserve your spot, please go to the bookings page or contact me via my website.

Mothers Day 2016 Mini Session Package

Sessions are limited so be quick to secure your preferred date.

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Kerry Schultz

Kerry Schultz

I am a natural light photographer, I love working in the great outdoors. I create meaningful images and keepsakes for families as well as teach Mums how to document the lives of their loved ones through photography. I live my life in 'moments', creating and capturing as many as possible.I tend to put off the boring 'adult' stuff in life which means I'd much rather go rollerblading down the street (wearing a superhero cape) with my two boys than do the dishes!
Kerry Schultz