Kim Hamblin PhotographyThe amazing Kim Hamblin, a stunningly talented Christchurch photographer, had two dreams this year.  One was to give back more, do more for charity and to contribute to a worthy cause.  The other was to produce a beautiful book of newborn portraits. Amazingly for Kim, and for The Little Miracles Trust, an opportunity to combine both dreams in one has come about.  

This year Kim is producing a beautiful book of newborn baby portraits and at the same time raising funds for The Little Miracles Trust.  We are extremely grateful for Kim’s support.

Kim says:

As so many of my tiniest clients have spent time in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), and knowing how distressing, tiring, worrying and stressful that time can be for the families, it was a logical and worthy organisation to lend my support to.

Kim would like to invite you to have your baby showcased in the book (space permitting). As it is a book for newborns, this offer is relevant for mums who are currently pregnant (or have just given birth). ***Please do book in advance for these newborn images to avoid disappointment***.

If you would like to be involved in Kim’s portrait book,  there is a $45 session fee (which is donated to The Little Miracles Trust) payable at time of booking.  You will have a full page portrait of your baby in the book, and will receive a gift 5×7 print after your session.  The book is due out at Christmas and any proceeds from the sale of the book will also be donated to The Little Miracles Trust.

Please note this project runs from now until the end of October and will be showcasing babies from 0 to 6 weeks old. This will enable the book to be produced in time for Christmas.  Spaces will be subject to availability.

To learn more:
You can contact Kim on 0800 300 850 or email  
Also, find out more detail about Kim at her website: or her Facebook page.


Neonatal HeroOur huge thanks go to Kim for supporting The Little Miracles Trust.
Your efforts on our behalf are greatly appreciated – you are a Neonatal Hero!


Kim Hamblin Photography