Welcome back to the New Mom Boss Podcast!
Since the start of this podcast, I have learned so much about all of the topics covered by my guests. There are even times that I wish I was having a fourth baby just so I could use this information because it’s THAT good!
This episode is all about something I wish I had known about during my births - birth photography.
My guest, Tavia Redburn, is a birth photographer and business owner who teaches other birth photographers how to specialize and get certified so they can go full time.
We talk about how she got her start with birth photography, get a behind-the-scenes look at how a session works, and discuss all of the important things to keep in mind when trying to preserve memories on that special day.
Some big takeaways are:
Birth only lasts a short time and photography is such a wonderful way to make and keep those raw, beautiful moments. Be sure to check out all of Tavia’s links below for more info!
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Tavia Redburn teaches birth photographers how to specialize and get certified so they can go full time.
In 2018, Tavia retired her husband from his 9-5 while homeschooling her 3 kids and now she teaches other photographers how to use strategic marketing systems to build their photography empire AND be present for their kids!
Tavia's life mission is to show families they too can break out of the traditional "graduate, go to college and get a job" mold we've been conditioned to believe is the "American dream," and that if they have a passion, there is a reason.