In terms of photography, birth photography definitely one of the most challenging types of events to photograph because of its unpredictable nature. This is one area where you definitely get what you pay for. If you want to have a reliable photographer who is accustomed to the lifestyle of being on call and dropping everything to come to you, day or night, as well as has the expensive equipment and skills necessary to photograph in low light situations, as well as the intuition to navigate the sensitivity of birth spaces…Read More
Choosing your birth team is so important because it will directly effect your experience of your birth and the outcome. Here’s a guide of 18 questions to ask when you interview doulas to attend your birth…Read More
As a birth photographer documenting families in Colorado Springs and Denver, I’ve had my work published in many magazines and newspapers, on book covers, blogs and social media accounts. I grew up hearing only horror stories about birth and messages from media and culture about labor as something to be feared, that the pain is more immense than anything imaginable. I am glad that these publications are starting to tell a different story because I’ve seen first hand that birth can be peaceful, empowering, and inspiring. Those positive stories about birth need to be shared more often and I’m happy to bring light to the aw and wonder of all birth experiences.Read More
Really, I cannot recommend the hiring of a professional birth photographer strongly enough! Of all the events of our lives, very few compare in beauty, in significance, in triumph, in profound power to those in which we bring our priceless offspring spiraling into the light!
How abundantly worthy they are to be preserved!Read More
Printing your photos will increase your happiness, help your baby’s brain development, and help your teenager feel connected in your family. Here’s your guide on how to choose what images to print and where to put them in your home.Read More
It can be difficult to get kids to open up when they come home from school. How do you get away from the old and tired “How was your day?” “Fine.” Here are some ideas to help create community and connection in your family…Read More