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Please see if you or your patient qualifies for this service, prior to contacting me. It is extremely difficult to not provide my services for any family in a difficult situation but I do many Volunteer sessions and my services must be utilized for these families only.

Thank you in advance for your understanding in this matter.

This FREE service is for:

 Parents experiencing a critically ill newborn, extremely premature newborn or early infant loss at any stage.

Parents of terminally diagnosed children staying in the Hospital or at Home.

If your child has been given an "unknown" life expectancy please contact me I am happy to consider these sessions as well.

All of my sessions are done at your discretion and the images given to you on a printable CD. Your images will print to a 5x7, in the event that you want larger prints you receive a 50% discount on anything you need. This is only to ensure quality printing of the larger images.

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Rest in peace sweet angel and may the lord carry your Mommy & Daddy safely through your loss. My prayers are with them every day.


I visit AI Dupont on an as needed basis, I do go bedside and am typically contacted by the Social Workers.

of us understand first hand how important it is to have these
portraits. These may be the only moments you ever have. Your lifetime
memories of your child may only be days or weeks. If there was ever a
better time or reason to get portraits done it is right now.


"When you only have a moment... the urgency of memory consumes you,
you force yourself to take in every detail,
you attempt to heighten your senses, all the while....in tears.
Your not thinking of tomorrow, You only have today!
You don't know how your going feel or think, your emotions have swallowed you whole.
Will you remember, will you have captured this moment forever?"
~ Katie Faulkner ~

I am a proud member of the ACPCG!

For complete details and Photographer listings by State please visit the ACPCG website.

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