Category archives: Breastfeeding

  • My 63 Most Captivating Images of 2016

  • 2016 was full of captivating moments. The families I met are wonderful, the *photographers I worked with were incredible. I photographed 25 mothers/babies this year, spoke at The Baby Summit, and was published online and in print over 60 times! I am absolutely thrilled with the exposure bi[...]
  • Documenting the Breast Crawl

  • At one of my recent births, I had the pleasure of documenting a breast crawl. I'm an active breastfeeding photographer, in addition to photographing births, so it was really cool to watch and document this event. I've read a lot about the benefits of the breast crawl and got to see for myself how mu[...]
  • When your breastfeeding days are numbered...

  • Ask any mom who's breastfeeding days are tapering down how she feels about it, and she will tell you that breastfeeding has been one of the most precious moments in her life as a mother. "But aren't you exhausted?" "Yes." "Aren't you ready to have your body back?" "Yes." "Will you miss it?" "YES!" T[...]
  • The Best Birth Photos of 2015

  • It wasn't an easy task, but I've selected my best birth photos from 2015. I feel fortunate to have met each family I worked with this past year. Every kind of birth is beautiful, and luckily I was able to capture a huge variety in 2015. I was also blessed with a  multitude of new opportunities. I fo[...]
  • PBAP2015 - Austin, TX Breastfeeding Photographer

  • PBAP2015 brought in hundreds of fresh and beautiful photographs of mothers breastfeeding in public places. I am blown away by the talent represented by nearly 70 photographers from all over the globe. We are now representing breastfeeding mothers not only in America, but Australia, the UK, Italy, Ve[...]
  • Hands and Toes, Precious Breastfeeding Details

  • My style of shooting has always been to zero in on that one precious detail. When I began photographing breastfeeding mothers a few years ago, I realized that what made the images the most beautiful, in my eyes, was the CONNECTION between a mother and her child. While the act of breastfeeding itself[...]