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Fun facts about this session:

Bradford pear trees are not native to Missouri. The trees, which flower early in the spring season and smell terrible, are an invasive species.

Emily is native to Missouri, smells lovely, and is my non-invasive best friend.

Emily | Vintage maternity session

March 19, 2024

Out of focus shot of expecting mother between blooming trees in O'fallon Missouri Wentzville St Louis

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Our first shoot-out in Oregon was bitterly cold and windy. While all of us photographers bundled up in cozy down jackets, Genevieve braved the cold and windy air like a champ, flicking her gorgeous hair in the wind for romantic, feely, moody maternity photos at the breathtaking overlook.

Stormy styled the session perfectly by ditching the traditional flowy maxi dress for more organic feeling pieces of clothing by utilizing the brands free people, piper and scoot, and the simple folk.

GENEVIEVE | outdoor maternity

January 30, 2024

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black and white close up maternity session artistic wild and moody pregnant woman holding her belly at outdoor maternity session O'fallon Missouri fine art photographer
Indoor maternity studio session in St Louis macrame, persian rug, brick and black wall. Expecting mother sitting on bed holding her belly

I can’t remember when I started following Evann on Instagram. Still, there was just something about her that seemed genuinely sweet and captivating – aside from her being beyond gorgeous on the outside.

My goal for 2023 was to take on more personal projects, push myself out of my comfort zone, shake up my routine, and rework my website and editing look to feel more authentic.

Therefore, when I saw Evann’s post about her pregnancy, I spontaneously reached out to her, and within weeks, we photographed her maternity session at Paige Avenue’s studio in St. Louis (who by the way is the master of 🔥🔥 boudoir)

EVANN | studio maternity

January 24, 2024

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