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Frequently Asked Questions

q: What areas and birth places do you serve?

A: I live in Denton County, however, I also serve the following counties: Cooke, Wise, Collin, Tarrant and Dallas.  I serve families that plan to give birth in Hospitals, Birth Centers (stand-alone or connected to a hospital) or at Home.  Feel free to contact me if you are curious about your specific location, Hospital, or Birth Center.

q: When should I book a photographer?

A: I get inquiries anywhere from very early pregnancy, all the way until almost due. However, I only accept up to 2 births per month (doula or photography), so to ensure you have a spot saved, I recommend contacting me at around 3 months along. Can't hurt to ask, even if your due date is around the corner!

q: When should I book a Doula?

A: I get inquiries anywhere from very early pregnancy, all the way until almost due. However, I only accept up to 2 births per month (doula or photography), so to ensure you have a spot saved, I recommend contacting me at around 3 months along.

q: What does it mean to be On-Call?

A: This applies to my Doula Services AND my Photography Services: I become officially on call when mama reaches 37 weeks. I remain on-call until baby is born. This means I will make choices to ensure that if I get your call or text, that I can be ready to arrive at your birth within an hour or two. For example, I don't leave town. If we have plans, I take a separate car from my husband, I always have charged batteries, change of clothes, snacks, water and ALL my equipment in my "go bag", I set expecting families in my phone to "emergency bypass" so my phone rings no matter what, I have childcare lined up so that upon short notice, I can head your way! The On-Call life isn't for everyone, but it's easier when it's your calling.

q: What if you can't make it to my birth?

A: If I think that there is a chance I'll miss a birth such as I'm ill, have a family emergency, accident, or somehow two birthing moms go into labor at the same time, I ALWAYS have more than one back-up certified doula/ birth photographer/videographer at the ready. I intentionally build relationships with professional back-ups that have similar style and quality of skills, so that my clients are taken care of.

q: What packages do you offer?

A: I offer 4 Main Packages. you can read the details on my Packages + Pricing page. I happily offer a range of options to fit every family. I provide birth videography, birth photography, birth doula services and both combined (called DoulaTog).

 The DoulaTog or Pick-Two Package is great if you know your priority is to get excellent Doula support, but you'd love for the moments that do get captured to be professional quality. I offer Birth Videography options too. I love making birth films and feel this is the most complete way to document your birth story. Ask about adding a birth film to your Doula Package! I can also send you example birth films by request.

q: How are my images delivered?

A: With my photography packages, you will get edited digital images, I always deliver the full-size images via a password protected e-gallery for privacy. From the e-gallery you can download the full size images. Finished Birth Films also get delivered via E-gallery with password protection. Birth Galleries usually take 4-5 weeks to deliver, Films take 6-7 weeks to deliver. Check out the Packages & Pricing page to read details on the processing time for each service.

q: What if I'm nervous about privacy?

A: This is understandable about inviting another person into your sacred birth space. I pride myself in knowing what that experience feels like (I've had 4 babies myself and had 3 of them photographed). I strive to be completely unobtrusive, and most mamas say they didn't even notice when I started capturing their story. I always make an effort to get to know my client's wishes too. We can sit down at a coffee shop and chat about your birth dreams! I make sure that by the big day, I know what you are most interested in capturing. Some mamas want super real and raw or sharable and modest (and everywhere inbetween) and that's all good with me. This is your birth space and I follow your wishes. I've witnessed so many births now and I can say I have never had a mama tell me afterwards that she felt self-conscious of the camera. I give my clients the option to deny a model release or approve images individually, this is what I feel helps the birthing mother feel the most secure.

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