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Stacey Woods is an on-location, natural light lifestyle photographer. Her favorite subjects are expecting mamas, the tiniest of babies, and children of all ages. She lives in the Tampa, FL area with her husband of 12 years and their 3 young children, whom she regards as her three greatest blessings in life ~ and her most favorite subjects to photograph! Photography has long been a passion for her, and Stacey believes you’ll get a glimpse of who she is in each photograph she takes.
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Bree is a food blogger and photographer based out of Carmichael, CA. She lives with her husband and 3 children. Her website is a recipe blog for the home cook who wants to eat well and laugh often.
Bree Hester wants you get to get back into the kitchen and cook with your family. She is a military wife and mother of 3 delicious children. When she is not wiping off butter and sugar from her camera, you will find her enjoying what California has to offer, reading, and indulging in Y&R. Bree is a food blogger and photographer who is passionate about eating well and eating real food.
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A lover of words, family, faith and photography, Stephanie is a blessed mama of two boys (with a baby on the way) and military spouse. After a 10-year career as a professional writer/PR pro she began Lifeography, a modern child + family portrait studio where she focuses on capturing relationships and connections. She is excited to return to her roots, sharing bits and pieces on matters of the heart & friendships with the Creative Mama community. Although her growing family currently resides in Virginia Beach, Va., home is wherever the Navy sends them.
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Amy is a bit of a jack-of-all-trades. A photography course in high school sent her to college with a journalism degree in mind, but some surprises along the way led to a career in veterinary medicine. Motherhood has brought things full circle, and now she is concentrating on her photography, finding her creative self and expressing the joys in life. When she isn’t chasing her toddler boy/girl twins, Amy is trying to read with her older son, or wash the dog, or maybe even cook a meal. It’s a crazy life, but a good one.
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Erin has been a mama for five years, a blogger for four, and a professional photographer for 3. She hopes to be all of those things for at least another 50. She’s passionate about her family, her friends, bright colors and shooting jpeg (what?!). Those are the things that feed her soul but Erin says writing about them feels like the dessert. Erin makes her home and runs her business in Huntsville, Alabama but has been known to travel wherever the wind will carry her. Her must-have equipment includes her gray card and ponytail holders.
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Hannah took her first photograph when she was three, with her grandmother’s Polaroid SX-70, and the magic of it never left her heart. She is a lifestyle photographer, and lives in sunny South Florida with her husband and son. In her free time, Hannah enjoys spending time by the ocean, reading, baking, sitting with friends in coffee shops, and doing just about anything creative. She believes that there is beauty in all the world, and that it has power to change hearts and minds.
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Born and raised in the cornfields of Indiana, and though they lived a magical 4 year stint in Charlotte, NC, Hayley has very recently moved back to the Hoosier State. She and her husband have two preschool aged little boys, 23 months apart. They are mistaken for twins all the time, which she think adds to the charm of having two crazy boys! She tries to balance living a life of beauty with living a life of adventure.
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Clair’s roots are in Missouri, but “where the Army sends them” is home to her family which includes her soldier husband and their four children. She treasures her faith and loves photography and writing. A former art teacher, Clair enjoys creating in ways that support her home and family. A tree in fall splendor, laughs with a friend, a light mystery, frosty limeades… these are some of her favorite things.
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Marci Goodwin has a passion for helping people get the busyness and clutter out of their lives so that they can slow down and enjoy what is really important. She readily admits she doesn’t have it all figured out and is a work in progress experimenting on her family.
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Michele is a former marketing guru turned child and family photographer in Austin, TX. She is surrounded by three energetic kids at home and a husband who works tirelessly to keep them all educated and fed. Much like her life, Michele’s work is chameleon-like… always changing with her mood and inspiration. Her mind is constantly abuzz with new concepts, but thankfully, she is regularly reminded by her kids to slow down and enjoy life’s simplest moments.
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Tiffany is a wife to one wonderful husband and proud mama of two very busy children. They spend their free time in the outdoors on the snow, water, road or dirt. She is passionate about green living and dragging her family along the journey with her!
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After graduating college, Deb spent 10 years as a Registered Nurse in the Air Force. It wasn’t until she left the military that her career as a photographer began. In 2006, Deb decided to pursue her dream — she purchased a DSLR camera, began teaching herself photography and never looked back. Whether commissioned portrait sessions, commercial assignments or her ongoing personal projects, Deb always remains true to herself and her artistic vision. Deb is married to a U.S. Naval Officer and is the mother to three incredible children, who are often the subjects of her photographic work. She is currently based in Tampa, Florida.
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Despite days full of washing diapers & messy fun, Shawna is determined to make mommyhood a stylish adventure. Married to the military & mother to one feisty girl, she is a passionate DIYer & loves sharing how to make the complicated simple. Leaving the corporate world behind, she became a certified home stager & dove into the world of design…but found an unexpected joy behind the lens. Her love of photography began during her infertility struggle, as the camera gave her a voice when words just wouldn’t do. While still shooting the occasional newborn client, her top priority is being a full time mama. Shawna talks creativity, style, food, decorating, green-chic living & mommyhood at styleberryBLOG, a daily-ish dose of something fab.
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Alison lives in the heart of the midwest where, along with her husband, they raise their three boys. Whether it’s in the garden, the kitchen or tagging along on her boys’ latest adventure she looks for the simple beauty in everyday from behind her lens. The photography bug bit her in sixth grade, upon getting her first camera, a Kodak Disk. She has been chasing light and subjects ever since. On her blog, ‘this homemade life’ Alison shares tales of mothering, her passion for vegetarian cooking and obsession with farmer’s markets.
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Shannon Harrison is a modern freestyle portrait and wedding photographer living near San Diego, California with her best friend/husband and 3 wild wee ones by her side. When shes not hanging with her clients from JACKANDRUBYstudios, you will find this homebody in the kitchen baking something drizzled with caramel or perusing the aisles of Target. Known to pull out her beloved Nikon at the local grocery store or a family bike ride, Shannon finds inspiration just about anywhere. She encourages photographers and hobbyists alike to focus on personal projects and their families to drive creativity. After all, no one can see your family the way you do.
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Samantha Hines lives with her husband, three sons, two dogs, and cat in Newport, RI, and is a high school English teacher (twenty-two years and running). In the last two years, she has had published three articles in Adoptive Families magazine; and her blog, “My Three Sons” was named by Adoptive Families as one of the Top Twenty Adoption Blogs on the internet. Her family was featured on SixSeeds, an online philanthropic magazine, in November 2010; and she is currently working on turning her blog into a book.
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Angie is mama to two very rambunctious boys and married to a baseball-loving, hard-working man. She finds that whether it be with her hands, her lens, or her mouse – creating is soothing, liberating, and something she desires to share with the world. It is her hope that you leave here with renewed inspiration of your own, and possibly the tools to get started on making your own creative journey through life.
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