Women of Light
Women of Light Photography Sessions
I offer “Women of Light” photography sessions in response to the tumultuous times we are navigating, for a few reasons. First, I believe the arising of the divine feminine is what our world needs for balance and survival. It’s the missing piece. It’s what we’ve been waiting for. Second, during this time of unprecedented groundlessness and disconnection (in our lifetime, anyway), so many have been turning to nature for steadiness, solace, renewal, and connection with something far greater than ourselves. Third, I wish to provide female holistic/spiritual/artistic entrepreneurs with images to help them promote the gifts and medicine they have to offer.
It is my intention to celebrate the messengers of love, light, and creativity by co-creating images of women connected and empowered in nature. Spiritually rooted. 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 be shared with 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 guided meditation (completely optional) to set an intention and tap into the deeper, spiritual dimension. 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 divine qualities and archetypes seeking expression through you.
Please contact me for more information or to schedule a session.
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