The Motherhood Collective is a year long project by a group of like-minded photographers capturing real moments and precious images of ourselves with our children. 

Together, we are embarking on a year long personal project, encouraging each other to step outside of our comfort zone, lay aside our need for technical perfection, ignore those stubborn extra pounds on our waistlines, and simply cherish these simple, beautiful moments with our babies.

(Scroll to the bottom to see the next photographer in the collective and read her story)

Read Vol. 1-9 HERE.


As I get you ready for bed, pajamas on, teeth brushed, you beg, “Mommy, please read us a story!” I sigh. It’s already thirty minutes past bedtime, but I can’t resist those big blue eyes. You’re growing up in front of me and your sister right behind you. Pretty soon you’ll be “too big” for mommy to read you stories. For now and for always, my answer will be to pull you close, open up a favorite book, and keep you both little for a little while longer.

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The Motherhood Collective is shared as a blog circle, so you can click the link below to visit the next blog, and so on, until you arrive back here in Alaska. I encourage you to grab a cup of coffee and take a few minutes to see these lovely women with their children and read the words that come straight from the heart. By the time you come back around, you’ll want to hug your own baby close and cover them with kisses.

Visit fellow mother & photographer Tiffany with Tiffany Kelly Photo to see her October contribution.

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Hello, friend

Here you will find past sessions and personal projects, shared stories, favorite memories, and lots of pretty pictures. 

Along with being a photographer, I'm also married to my best friend and am mama to two littles of my own with one more on the way!

 I hope you enjoy what you see.

love, megan

Natural Light Studio
Based in Anchorage 
and welcoming families
from across Alaska