JAmber Photography

www.jamberphotography.com

Amber Photography is us, Jay and Amber, well more of a shortened version of our names that was given to us when we first started dating. who knew it would grow into a love and marriage of two people to become one with the same servants heart and passion. 

JAmber Photography is a desire for us to share our passion of photography with others. for it was this passion of photography that setup a chance meeting while serving our church family and vessel to have us cross paths while once again serving and soon thereafter became JAmber.

we both have been the family and friend photographer anytime photos were needed for birthdays, wedding, senior pictures, etc, even going as far back as 35mm days. though JAmber Photography is a fairly new dream, the passion of photography and sharing that with others is not and has been happening for many years.

we feel that our team as husband and wife allows us to work better together, have more creative ideas as well as fit those comfort needs when it comes to capturing those special shots.

We are based in Savannah, GA but available to cover additional areas. Please contact us to discuss your event.

Heather White: Brooklyn Birth Arts

Heather White: Brooklyn Birth Arts

www.brooklynbirtharts.com

Heather White is DONA International certified birth doula as well as a professional birth photographer. She is a calm, nurturing, reassuring presence who sees her role as more than just someone to assist with birth, but instead as the person responsible for helping a mother transition into parenthood.She has experience supporting mothers at home, birth centers, and hospitals throughout all of NYC, while also supporting women who are high-risk, including twins and VBAC. Heather always seeks to expand her knowledge of how to best support mothers and has studied advanced doula techniques with Ina May Gaskin, Debra Pascali-Bonaro, and Gina Kirby. She has also completed training in neonatal resuscitation with Karen Strange as well as Spinning Babies technique with midwife Gail Tully.

Heather holds a BS in Business/Marketing from Ohio State University. Prior to becoming a doula/photographer, she worked in marketing, advertising, and design in the television, publishing, and technology fields. During these years, she found her creative calling as a photographer and began traveling the world capturing sensual, vivid, and life affirming images from India to Burning Man. Capturing life’s most vital moments became the heart of everything she accomplished.

Most recently, she was influenced to become a doula because of the immense care that received during her first birth. Having children was more than absolute magic, it has been laughter, tears, divinity, and silliness all rolled into one that brought these gifts into her life. Through this experience, she has become instinctively in tune with the process of birth and the idea of mothering the mother.

Heather lives with her family in Red Hook, Brooklyn where she is the mother of two amazing children. She not only offers support, guidance, and comfort to all the mothers-to-be out there, but also wants to bring her open and creative spirit to the process, along with great skill at photographing human nature at its peaks. She brings an abundance of love and light to the very creative journey that is the adventure of giving birth and becoming a mother.

Please contact to talk about your upcoming birth!

Dusti Lynn: The Art of Birth

Dusti Lynn: The Art of Birth

www.dustilynnphotography.com/

I am a photographer based out of Savannah, Georgia.

I focus on maternity, birth, and fresh baby sessions.

Why birth?

Birth has always been a passion of mine since I was expecting my son over 5 years ago. Birth is a fascinating, amazing, powerful, life-changing event! That little boy joined our family at 2:00 a.m. after laboring for just over 10 hours weighing 9 pounds, 4 ounces and instantly changed our family and outlook on life forever.

Although part of my labor was challenging (back labor), it was still an AMAZING experience and I was dismayed that I had only had a couple people tell me during my pregnancy how truly amazing it was. I am discouraged I do not see it portrayed in a more positive light in our society.

With the birth of our second child, a daughter, we hired a birth photographer which was the BEST thing we ever did. The active part of my labor with her was incredibly intense and very short. I went from being 7 cm to her being born in about 15-20 minutes. Insane and wonderful! I am beyond thankful that our photographer was there to capture those beautiful moments where we realized we were adding a daughter to our small family! Those images – even the ones where I am laboring hard – are beautiful and REAL. And the pure joy and elation on my face in the image captured once my daughter was put on my chest was something I wanted to share with the world!

Fast forward to me shooting my first birth. Oh. My. Gosh. It was truly wonderful and I knew I wanted to photograph as many births as I could! It was in my plan to wait a few years before focusing on birth photography but after realizing I couldn’t stop thinking about it, I decided to just do it! I still love portrait and lifestyle photography and will continue to do so but the focus will be on birth photography where my true passion lies.