Wyoming's Premier, Award-Winning Birth Photographer and Doula

Serving Cheyenne, Laramie, Fort Collins, Loveland, and surrounding areas

You meet your baby for the first time only once. Ensure that moment is documented.


Whether you've had ten children or this is your first, birth is the most transformative moment of your life. I will be there as your birth photographer or doula every step of the way.

Testimonials

2022 Doula Client

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"Danielle continually goes above and beyond. Not only is she an extremely talented photographer, she is the best doula around. She made me feel so comfortable and confident throughout my whole pregnancy, going over every detail that I felt nervous about, and going over everything that I wanted out of this birth. When it came time to have my son she was there when I needed her and I can honestly say I couldn’t have done it without her. She makes you feel like you can do anything!"

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FAQ

What is a doula?

What does it mean to be "on-call?"

If hired as both, how do you balance the doula and photographer roles?

What happens if you don't make it to my birth?

What if I want some, or all, of my photographs to be kept private?

FAQ

What is a doula?

A doula is a trained birth professional who provides continuous physical, emotional, and informational support to a mother before, during and shortly after childbirth. Doulas can help empower clients to advocate for their needs, provide physical comfort during labor and birth, and positively impact the entire family's wellbeing.

What does it mean to be "on-call?"

Being on-call means I do not travel more than 30 minutes from home, I do not engage in any activities that would interfere with driving, and I have my phone on and nearby 24/7. It also means I have gas in my car, and my bags packed and ready!

If hired as both, how do you balance the doula and photographer roles?

The key to this balance is rooted in intuition. I know when a birthing person needs my full attention and hands-on physical support. Likewise, I recognize when giving space is okay, and during these periods I pick up my camera to document the scene. During labor, my primary role is often doula, but I photograph during noteworthy moments (position change, sweet partner support, etc). As transition nears, I take a step back as the midwife or doctor steps in. During birth, my main focus is on photographing the big moment, while still providing words of encouragement from behind the camera.

What happens if you don't make it to my birth?

It is HIGHLY unlikely that I will not be able to make your birth since I am on-call for you, but I also know that life is unpredictable and things happen. I have a network of excellent backups. All of my backups are professional photographers AND trained birth doulas. If I cannot make it for some reason, I will send a backup. They will give me the images they take so I can provide editing and retouching.

What if I want some, or all, of my photographs to be kept private?

I deeply appreciate the chance to share any photos, but I also understand that some people wish for images of sensitive nature to be kept private. I have a tiered model release we will go over together, where you can choose your comfort level of which images I am allowed to share on my social media or website. Keeping all of your images private is ALWAYS an option if you wish.