Good to Meet You
Thank you so much for being here and looking through my work. My name is Amy, I am a self taught lover of the arts (all the art!) born and raised in Calgary. I found my love of photography when I was 16 years old and have used it as a wonderful creative outlet ever since. I am passionate about pregnancy and birth and the fragile state of new motherhood, so much so that I am in the process of adding post partum doula to my knowledge base. In my heart of hearts I am a helper. I like caring for people and helping to start the healing process, I find newborn sessions especially fulfilling as I can listen to birth stories alongside worries and insecurities that all new moms have and help to make you feel comfortable and not alone.
I am a huge lover of the landscape in Alberta and my family and I take many day trips exploring the back country. We camp a lot in the summer and are usually gone most weekends adventuring. This love spills over into my work, especially with maternity sessions. I love to shoot in natural areas and bring flora elements into my work with floral crowns and hand tied bouquets.
My family - three children and my wonderful husband are my life. They help to keep me grounded and give me so much purpose. I would not be the artist I am today without them. They have helped me to see what truly matters most, my photos are all about those perfectly imperfect moments and the emotional connections that families have. My children have been my biggest teachers in life and I couldn't be more grateful they chose me as their mom.
I am all about the visual side of life and this video will show you more of my heart than anything I could ever write. If you love what you see, and are interested in more information, use the contact button to send me a message. I would love to chat with you about creating some magic!!
"Cherish your vision; cherish you ideals; cherish the music that stirs in your heart, the beauty that forms in your mind, the loveliness that drapes your purest thoughts. If you remain true to them, your world will at last be built" James Allen