Journal:

Alopecia Awareness with Brooke — Golden BC

This year, Brooke's alopecia has changed from being manageable, to losing chunks of hair every day, to finally taking control and shaving all of it off. 

Flaws & Insecurities — Thoughts with Jena Lee Photographs

This post is for women and men, adults and children, and anybody who has ever ducked out from in front of the camera or felt insecure about having their photo taken.

Logan’s 3-Month Baby Photos — Golden BC

Indoor and Outdoor Candid Newborn Photography in Golden BC with Jena Lee Photographs

Your Baby’s First Year – Candid Baby Photography

Your Baby's First Year photography bundles. Available photography sessions include Maternity, Fresh 48 (first 48 hours of life), Newborn, 3-Month, 6-Month, 9-Month, and One Year Birthday. 

What to do with your photos after your session? — Printing & Displaying Your New Images

when you are ready to have your most cherished memories professionally photographed, we will work together to choose which print products are the right one for you and your home.

Document Your Favourite Six Month Old Milestones with Photography

Six Month Old Milestones You have probably noticed some of the common six month old milestones already. Your baby really starts talking to you and grabbing things. They are on the move to explore this new world. Honestly, I love when I get the opportunity to photograph babies at this stage. They are full of [...]

Candid Family Photography — Golden BC — Diane, Emma, Molly & Mac

The secret to great family lifestyle photos is to let everyone be themselves. Family dynamics will naturally take over and people will act as they always do. Those are the special moments I watch for: when people are being themselves.

Newborn Family Photographer — Golden, B.C.

It was an early smoky morning in Golden B.C. when I showed up to photograph Pamela, Cole, and their six-week old baby, Logan.

How Printing Photos Makes You Happier — The New Line Of Products at Jena Lee Photographs

I think that there is a way to combine the nostalgia and tangibility of the film photography days with the demand for instant and abundance of today's digital world. All we have to do is remember to print the digital photographs we take. What good is that family photo if nobody ever sees it in the real world? Sure it got lots of likes on social media, but what good are likes if that is the last time you see it?