Philadelphia Birth Photographer, home birth of Emanuel Moon

Jordyn and her husband Jonathan were planning a home birth for their second baby, due mid January this year. Jordyn is not only a friend and yoga student of mine, but also happens to be an amazing birth doula in her own right. And as we neared her guess date, and days of start-stop contractions…

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Philadelphia PA Birth Story Photographer – From birth center to hospital

A birth story can start any number of ways, and this one starts with one of the most amazing, loving, supportive couples I’ve had the pleasure of working with. I actually met Chita in my prenatal yoga class, and had unknowingly already connected with her wife, Yana, over our shared passion for birth photography. Isn’t…

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Autumn Portraits in Fitler Square, Philadelphia PA Family Photographer

A toddler is a special type of person, and if you’ve raised one you know exactly what I’m talking about. Starting to come into their own identity, exploring all of their boundaries and yours, and discovering so many amazing things at once that any moment might just be too much to handle. Nora was no…

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Summer Mommy Daughter session, Philadelphia PA Maternity Photographer

Being a pregnant mommy waiting for your next baby is a special experience. You’re excited to meet the newest little one to join your family, and probably spending a lot of time thinking about the children already in your life. That time before your second baby arrives is so special; you’re on the verge of…

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Ian Everett born VBAC at Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia PA birth photographer

When Stacey and I first spoke about photographing her VBAC birth at Pennsylvania Hospital, she admitted that she had one big hesitation. With her first pregnancy, she had an unplanned c-section after a very long, difficult labor. She was worried that if this birth ended in a repeat c-section she would be so upset that…

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