Certain clients walk into your studio and you know they are special. That is how I felt about Bay Area family photography clients Christine and Giles. She radiated happiness and brightened my studio.
As an artist, I am constantly trying to challenge myself. I want my work to continue to evolve but stay true to my mission of making pregnant women feel beautiful about their bodies and their experience. In 2004, I wanted to explore working with several women over the entire forty weeks of their pregnancy. I thought that it would be inspiring to discuss with them what they were going through
Born and raised in New Orleans, Jenna Bommer has a soft and gentle Southern accent that only reveals itself when she says certain words. She and her husband Jason met in New Orleans in 1992 and eventually moved to Seattle in 1998. I have known Jenna since 2002. Now pregnant with her third baby, Jenna has commissioned me to photograph all three of her pregnancies. Jenna and I met to
I met Jodi and her husband Mark in Seattle in May of 2009. I was in the middle of a crazy travel schedule that was a combination of book tours, photographing clients in my different studios and caring for my father who just had surgery and lived in a remote part of South Dakota. Fourteen airplanes in less than two weeks was pushing even my limits to stay centered. And
Sharon Kaufman, 36, quietly walked into my studio on West 27th. I almost didn’t hear her. She was a well-dressed woman, wearing the traditional NY color, black, and around her neck was a delicate silver necklace from Tiffany. On it was a bean – the nickname she and her husband had given to the baby she was carrying. The necklace was a gift from her husband when they found out
I met Sarah Mann in Brooklyn, New York while staying with a friend in a cool loft that once was a sewing factory. The quintessential artist’s crib, the loft was a bit rough around the edges, but over the years the environment had become a beautiful creation from being inhabited by artists. A jewelry designer by trade, Sarah was always active, riding her bike through the streets of Manhattan in