Airdrie Family Photographer | 2SLBGTQIA+ Photographer Calgary | Queer Family Photography
You belong here.
Families of all designs deserve to be photographed in a way that honours them.
Families are fueled by love, no matter what they look like. I strive to offer a safe place where diversity of gender identity, gender expression, sexual identity, body size, race, disability, neurodiversity and many other intersections are embraced.
What does this look like in practice?
Each family has an opportunity to fill out this form. It is the beginning of creating a session that works for your family. Need something accessible by wheelchair? Are you comfortable with your photos being shared online? Would you like me to use a specific family moniker? You have space to let me know so we can both feel a bit more comfortable on the day.
All bodies are good bodies. Regardless of your size, gender expression, or style I deeply believe you are worthy of being celebrated. I do not photoshop or prioritize flattering angles. I am more interested in the moment you smile, of how tight your kids squeeze you.
Your privacy matters to me. I ask permission before sharing your photos online and on social media. I do not include identifying information beyond what has been discussed. If you would like your session to be taken in a more private space, we can figure out a solution together.
This is an asshole free zone. I do not tolerate hate or discrimination. I ask my clients to treat me and each other with kindness. We can be kind and honour the differences regardless of our own understanding.