Women of Light
Women of Light Photography Sessions
Inspiration for Women of Light soulful photography sessions came to me during the shutdown of 2020. My vision is to co-create images of women connected, embodied, and empowered in nature. Spiritually rooted. I believe the arising of the feminine is what our world needs for balance and survival. It’s the missing piece. It’s what we’ve been waiting for. The world needs images of empowered women!
Have the experiences of 2020 led you to shed old skin or emerge into a new chapter of life? Or perhaps you are a holistic, spiritual, or artistic entrepreneur in need of promotional images?
It would be my honor to photograph the deeper essence of who you are and who you are becoming, to help you celebrate and embody it more fully and share your gifts and medicine with the world.
We are exposed to so many fear- and anxiety-provoking images, and Women of Light photography is an antidote to that. It carries the energies of joy, creativity, radiance, confidence, embodiment and offers women spiritually empowered and empowering images of themselves that will captivate generations to come.
Women of Light photography fuses my roles of photographer and meditation teacher. If it resonates with you, we can begin a Women of Light photo session with a shared meditation to get in touch with your deepest intention and the energy that seeks expression. Perhaps your inner child will come out to play. Or your grounded mountain nature. Through a safe and respectful container of presence, I aim to capture the essence and archetypes seeking expression through you and help you to liberate yourself from the limiting, old stories about yourself and the world. My mission is to capture your radiance and reflect it back to you so you can see it and know it for yourself.
Please contact me for more information or to schedule a session.
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