The birth of your baby will be a moment you will never forget. With you and your partner pre-occupied, there will be moments you will miss. And often I see moments, you do not. Let me alleviate this small, but important part of your day. After having photographed nearly fifty births over the last few years, I find each one is very different from the next. But the strength of a mother laboring and the love she has for her unborn baby, remains the same.The images of the birth of your baby will tell the story of this strength and love. As part of your birth team, I am honored to be invited into the your birth space. If you have any questions about birth photography, the process, or how I incorporate my role as a doula while photographing the birth of your baby, please let me know.
. . . on call
Much like wedding photography, birth photography is an investment. But unlike a wedding, birth requires you to be on call for several weeks. Starting four weeks before your due date, I ask for weekly updates on your appointments. As the due date gets closer, I stay close to home. My goal is to always be able to reach mom in two hours or less. This means, always having camera gear with me, leaving behind groceries at the store if needed, or missing holidays, birthdays, and family time together. Once I arrive, I may be at your side for 5, 10, even 15 hours. For this reason, birth photography is more expensive then most other kinds of photography I offer.
Birth Matters Collection | Pregnancy + Labor Deliver Doula and Birth Photography |
The Birth Story Collection | Day of Delivery Doula Service & Birth Photography |
Fresh Baby Collection | Photography 1-2 Hours After Birth |
First 48 Collection | Photography 1-2 Days After Birth of Baby |
Welcome Home Collection | Photography in the 1-3 Weeks After Birth of Baby|