Last week I shared my favorite images from 2019 births that I had the opportunity to document and support. Then, nervously yet courageously, I entered my top 5 images to the IAPBP Photo Contest!
The International Association of Professional Birth Photographers is an amazing organization that has worked and is continuing to work so hard for the Birth Photographer community. 10 years ago, when they began their work, birth photography was taboo. Today, birth photography is sti
I had the privilege of meeting Trisha and Kevin very early in their pregnancy. During our initial Doula Consult, we definitely clicked and I fell in love with their quirkiness. Trisha has a certain "free spirit" vibe that sucks you right into falling in love with her.
This couple LOVES adventure. They went on a spontaneous trip to ICELAND just a couple months before honeymooning in AFRICA. So it was no surprise when Trisha told me her sole reason for considering an unmedic
I booked my first portfolio #birthphotography client for July. I was so excited, but nervous I'd miss the birth as this particular #MamaBear had a history of precipitous labor. When the call came on #FridaytheThirteenth (the day we both agreed would be ideal for both of us, funny enough) that baby was on her way, I was amazed at this kid's timing. I scrambled around at some midnight hour to get to the hospital in Hopewell in time... but my concerns about missing the birth ca