Category Archives: Birth Photography

A Glimpse of Noah’s Birth Story

A year ago today, this guy arrived – my littlest nephew, Noah. He wasn’t too happy about the idea initially, but he has the been the happiest, smiliest, most easy going of guys ever since. Tomorrow, before Noah’s big party, … Continue reading

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2013 – A Year in Review

Man, this has been an amazing year. 2013 started without the typical “slow season” in January, which was instead filled with headshots galore, a theme that continued throughout the year. I attended and provided headshots at a celebration for image … Continue reading

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Miss Adele Aveleen

Another amazing birth that I was lucky enough to witness. After I initially met with this mama, she included me in her monthly baby status updates so I was especially eager to meet this little one, too. She kept on … Continue reading

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Professional Birth Photographers

I am pleased to now be a member of the International Association of Professional Birth Photographers. They feature birth stories, provide a directory of birth photographers and have a fairly lengthy birth resource center on their site. Contact me if … Continue reading

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Discussions on Birth Photography

The good news is, birth photography is getting more publicity, having been featured in a recent New York Times article, followed by many other media sources. The not-so great-news is that it’s not always necessarily being portrayed in the best … Continue reading

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Welcome Baby June | MN Birth Photographer

Most people, when they heard that I was going to photograph a birth, would nod and then say “Oh. The actual birth?” and then wrinkle their nose. I can’t blame them. A few years ago, when I first heard of … Continue reading

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