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I Believe – A Digital Story

One of my all time favourite images is the one you see when you first land of my website. The image is of a baby in an NICU isolette. My eyes are always drawn to all the hands and contact points between mother and baby. I find myself then looking at the NG tube andContinue reading “I Believe – A Digital Story”

It’s Been a Week…

It’s been a week. We wait. We watch. We photograph. We talk. We find ways to connect with other kids, families, child life specialists, medical staff and researchers to continue to make the best of what life hands us. I don’t know about your family, but it always seems to me that we are chuggingContinue reading “It’s Been a Week…”

Child Life…a gratitude letter

On September 23rd, 2019 my six year old son, Kane, underwent his second open heart surgery at the Stollery Children’s Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta. In the months leading up to Kane’s surgery, I kept struggling with two challenging thoughts… I was really concerned with how different this surgery would be than Kane’s first heart surgery when he wasContinue reading “Child Life…a gratitude letter”

Voluntography

As many of you know, the beginning of my son Kane’s life involved quite a bit of medical attention. We spent 54 days at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at the Royal Alexandra Hospital here in Edmonton. During our time at the NICU, I had hoped to take photos for others who were spendingContinue reading “Voluntography”

Finally, My First Post!

I have wanted to create a photography blog for a while now, but life has a tendency of getting in the way! Having a baby in the house makes me feel like I am never “busy”, but always occupied. My son, Kane, was born in November 2012, 7 weeks early.  In fact, it happened rightContinue reading “Finally, My First Post!”