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The Hybrid SocietyThe Hybrid Society is a newsletter and creative community for photographers who are interested in learning more about film photography and how to incorporate it into their digital workflow. Each month, a new edition of the newsletter will be released to subscribers and will share content specifically tailored to the art of fine art film photography and what it means to run a "Hybrid" business.
- Love Came Down is a wedding blog inspired by faith. Our goal is to curate a place for engaged couples to come and prepare not just for their wedding, but to enter into a covenant with The Lord. A place where couples can find scripture, inspiration, and ways to delve deeper into the word, deeper into prayer, deeper into a relationship with Christ and one another.
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- For Photographers
- Mini Sessions
- Mothers & Daughters
- Shoot Share
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- The Good Things & The Hard Things
- Thea Pup
- Valentine's Day
- Vow Renewals
- VSCO Cam
Virginia Film Maternity Photographer
Virginia Film Maternity Session at Home
As recently seen on The Fount Collective.
”Mother” is ingrained into the deepest fibers of my being, although I didn’t realize it until giving birth to my son. I’ve always had a soft spot for the idea of motherhood, and have always felt drawn to documenting the nurturing way a mother cares for her little one. But it wasn’t until entering into this season that I realized in having a child, I was becoming who I was always meant to be. I realized this is why I love documenting motherhood. It is an honor to capture this season for other women, as they evolve from one version of themselves to another.
Emily and I are kindred spirits. We met in college, both earning education degrees and ultimately choosing to pursue photography. We both struggled to conceive our children. Both drawn to the art of motherhood. When she contacted me seeking a maternity session, it was truly one of the biggest honors of my career because I know the value she places in not only photography, but in motherhood photography specifically. My heart knows the ways her heart waited years to meet the sweet babies she carries within her. Documenting this season for her was truly my joy.
Richmond Maternity Session on Film