Jamie Romaezi is a posed newborn and family photographer in Northern Virginia. Before becoming a small business owner, Jamie worked for USA TODAY and Gannett (now TEGNA) in the Television field, and later in Project Management. She has a degree in Communications and focused her studies at George Mason University on Media Production and Criticism. Jamie has had a passion for photography and video production from a young age. As a high school student, she was the editor of her school video yearbook, and as a young child, she enjoyed making videos with her grandfather.
Jamie began her photography business in 2013 and has a passion for working with children. Her newborn photography focuses on posed newborn photos. She enjoys working with toddlers, and their families, has endless patience for children, and believes that family photos should be a fun and playful experience.
Memories are the fabric of our identity. They shape us, and our children, and make us who we are. The psychology of a memory and what a person remembers from a young age is fascinating. Unfortunately memories fade. It sounds cliche, but it is true.
Preserving memories has always been important to me. In my own family, I am the “family historian.” Among my most prized possessions is an antique cabinet in my home dedicated to storing our family photos, dating back to images of my great grandparents.
I love that what I do allows families to remember these fleeting times. Newborn photos are so important. They only grow from here, baby’s first year is so fast and full of exciting milestones, and it seems to only go faster, with each new family addition. There is nothing quite like posing a newborn baby for photos.
Outside of my photography skillset, it also takes passion, patience, understanding of newborns, their needs and reflexes, and newborn photography training and experience. I LOVE what I do.
I also love watching “my” families grow. Annual family photos give you the ability to look back and remember when as your children grow with each season and birthday.
Outside of memories, of course this custom artwork looks amazing on the walls of your home for your family and friends to experience too.
It would be my pleasure to photograph your family as you grow.
My family and I have been active March of Dimes fundraisers since 2011 when our son was born prematurely. The March of Dimes and their commitment to eliminating prematurity has become an important mission for my family. If you would like to walk with us, or join our fundraising efforts, we would love to have you join our team!