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A Las Vegas Birth Story

I have known Sheeva for quite some time as we used to work labor and delivery together here in Las Vegas. She moved on to another facility, and I have since retired, but I was so excited when she reached out to me early in her pregnancy to book her birth session with me. I truly am honored that she chose me to document such a huge moment in her life.

Her last baby was whisked away and taken to the NICU right after delivery, and she just felt like she missed so many of those first moments and wanted me to capture as many of them as I could, for fear of missing them again.

She chose photography only for her birth story, and we were sure to meet ahead of time for coffee to talk about her wishes and hopes in documenting her story. She had so much on her plate emotionally, and I was inspired by her desire to move forward just as we had planned. I learned this long ago about Sheeva; she is an incredibly beautiful, strong, and hardworking woman. I hope that through her birth images, she sees that. That is what I hope for all of the families that I document, for them to see the beauty from another vantage point, for them to be able to look back on their birth images and see the beauty and strength that I see.

It is hard to choose just a few favorites, but here are some of my favorites from Isaiah’s Birth Story.

Because she is such a genuine person, Sheeva has such a welcoming nature about her. It was beautiful to see her friends surrounding her throughout her labor and birth with love and support. Her friends all took turns being at her side.

Big sister came to love on her mama a bit at the right time. She was so adorable and patient. It had been such a long process for everyone, and I could see mama’s eyes light up when she came into the room.

Sheeva was so tired by the time delivery finally arrived, but she still maintained her composure and looked so beautiful.

I love coming back the next day or two for a Fresh 48 session. I typically stay around for the first hour to two following delivery to capture some of those first moments and then like to step away to give you the space and time to bond with your baby and rest in the quiet. Parents feel less rushed to capture images of the family holding the baby or feeling rushed in their time with their new baby.

Big sister was just so cute with her new baby brother. She hovered over him the entire time and was just enamored with him!

Isaiah’s Birth Story

Saturday, July 20th, 2019

As long as I can remember I have been drawn to stories and the people, like you, that make them worthwhile.

It’s an honor that you let me capture yours.

let's capture the beginning of it all. 

Big feelings, big changes, and big experiences are on the horizon