Acclaimed photographer Jennifer Loomis and journalist Hugo Kugiya combine captivating fine-art photographs of pregnant women with intimate stories of their transformative journey into motherhood. The inspiring words and gorgeous photographs of these strong women from all walks of life show others how to deal with conflicting feelings of vulnerability and joy, and underscore that when a baby is born, so too is a mother.
For more than fifteen years, I have been photographing mothers and families. During our photography sessions, these women and their partners have shared with me their personal triumphs and challenges. It is their wisdom, guidance, laughter, spirit and grace that has inspired me to be all I can be not only as a photographer, but also as a person. I dedicate these stories to all of these women who have blessed my life in the past seventeen years. I share these stories here and more of them in my book Portraits of Pregnancy: The Birth of a Mother so others can benefit as I have. Continue reading
Jennifer Loomis, her photography of pregnant mothers and unique photo sessions
King 5, Seattle, Evening Magazine
Jennifer in the Media
WANTED: Talented photographers who want to make a difference in a foster child’s life. Applications due March 1, 2015.
It’s that time again, our February mother of the month! The beginning of every month we highlight one of our clients who we find inspiring and find out a little bit more about their story. This month our mother is long time client Shannon Siegfried. We have compiled a bunch of images to share from her maternity sessions along with some great family photos.
It was a total surprise and a total honor. I was selected to be the member of the month for my fitness group. I love this photography of our family! Morrison was losing it.
http://southseattle.fit4mom.com/our-team/member-of-the-month/jennifer-loomis Continue reading
It literally fell from the sky. I received an email from an artist friend looking for artists who are struggling to do their personal work because they have had a child. After having Mo, I spend all of my energy working on my maternity photography and my family photography because this is the work that pays my bills, and I love it. But my personal work is what informs my maternity and family work, making my professional work stronger and keeping my vision evolving and unique. Continue reading
Recently, I was contacted by Reader’s Digest to be featured in their local heroes section for the work I did in 2013 as a family photographer who helped foster kids by taking their photos. What an honor. I will post that article or links to that article here in February.