2020 was a rollercoaster for many.
We all hold different emotions to describe this year.
Quarantine, during Covid-19, gave me a chance to revisit goals and visions.
2019 was a year of reflection, but I was feeling overwhelmed. I needed to withdraw to find a happy balance. 2020 has given me the opportunity to hone in on what fills my cup. What brings me joy and makes me feel like I’m making a difference in this world.
Birth Photography does just that.
Leaving a birth, I hold your magical memories within my camera. In these moments, we created art together. I am then given the chance to enhance your portraits further with hand editing. Through all of this, I feel fulfilled.
I now know what space to hold.
How to hold it.
The connections I make with families during a birth lasts a lifetime.
Through the birth community, I have met forever friends, and those are things I am grateful for.
The gratitude I have is overflowing.
To be able to follow my dreams with the support of friends and family means the world to me.
I am grateful for the summertime call I got from Jenn. The one asking me to photograph her birth when I wasn’t in business anymore.
I had missed birth…
It was calling me and the universe sent Jenn to me to give me the push to jump back in.
I am thankful for Jackie letting me photograph her birth, which was my very first birth I ever photographed a few years back. She helped ignite a passion within me! Additionally, her most recent pregnancy was the last one for 2020 I documented.
Both Jenn and Jackie’s births will hold a special place in my heart for the year of 2020.
So, even though there have been some sucky times in 2020, I am thankful for the good.
Now, bring on 2021!
I’m ready for you!
With 7 births booked for the Spring and May/June availability, I am blasting into the new year!
Cheers to normalizing birth and supporting mothers.