Parenthood can feel like a blur, and there are an infinite amount of moments that happen from the first time a stick is peed on and on through raising these tiny humans.
What makes up the pieces of me? I am a queer birth worker, and if you see me out and about I most likely have a camera in my hands and seemingly attached to my eyeballs. My first birth photographed was almost 7 years ago and no words can explain the rush of emotion and connection that I felt, and I’ve been chasing that high ever since. Nowadays I’m doubling down on that feeling by training to be a birth doula and advocating for kindness and safe, supportive connections in the local birth community.
I have had 2 births myself, 1 hospital 1 birth center, so I feel extremely comfortable being a cheerleader in any birth space.
Kind words make my soul happy:
“Choosing Meg Ross for our birth photography was by far the best decision I’ve made in a while. I was so on the fence about it because it was for my second baby and I wasn’t sure I *needed* the photos. But there is not a single bit of regret about the investment we made! The entire process leading up to the birth was seamless and Meg made sure she knew exactly what I wanted captured during the birth. I loved how Meg checked in with me leading up to the birth and was SO encouraging when my baby was almost two weeks late. She was a fantastic addition to our team and I couldn’t imagine the birth space without her being there.” – Madison