it's impossible to live fully and joyfully in any part of life when you're alone, so why do business that way? we believe strongly in the better-together mindset and are thankful for the opportunity to creatively work together towards a common goal -- giving you the best possible documentation of the birth experience. And hey, maybe make some new friends while doing it!

M O N I C A   B U R K E T T


I'm a lucky wife to my high school sweetheart and we're planting roots in our favorite city of all time, Fort Worth. I love adventure, story telling, and all things simple, raw, and pure.

Documenting birth opened my eyes to the importance of capturing things in a way that brings attention to the realness and feelings of a memory -- the birth of a child being one of the fondest. Those afternoon hours on the day I witnessed new life for the first time forever changed the way I saw the world around me and how I chose to document it.

C L A I R E  J A C K S O N


Hi y'all, it's Claire. Mama to one seriously silly, gentle hearted, long haired toddler boy, Rawley Jackson (don't forget the seven chickens, one beast and way too many plants to count). Also wife to a smokin' hot, awfully intelligent and the most fantastic dad Steven. Really, he's the bees knees.

I'm a canvas loving machine, wanna-be farmer (so close), and crunchier than my husband would like to admit. Don't challenge me to any DIY projects -- I will accept with open arms. If you're curious as to where I'll be during nap time, I'll be patio sitting, espresso sipping, and secondhand searching. Come on over! It's a real party.

Angles. Angles are my happy place. I am passionate about the raw, simplistic angle that birth storytelling gets to show (no guys -- I won't get that angle). Birth is more than just a day. It's someone's day. Your babe's day. A time that should be remembered and cherished from a pure, real place. There is nothing more beautiful than a parent duo welcoming a tiny human into this world. And there isn't another thing I'd rather be a part of.

So. You Mama, you go. I support you. I see you and I can't wait to watch you shine.