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Do You See Me?

In the future, we won’t be a statistic.

Black women and birthing people will thrive in our postpartum having been seen, heard and cared for in the way we have always deserved during our pregnancies and births.

We will be alive and living, breaking generational cycles, becoming our ancestors dreams.

Growing and nurturing our future and the future of babes who can stand tall and be proud of their journeys, without trauma holding them back.

These images are a body of work that I have created to represent and reflect the reality of being parents of colour. The work continues to grow and one day will be a symposium of mirrors reflecting back what more of society needs to see.


My name is Lorraine

I am a Black mother, woman, doula, photographer; sharing stories through written word and powerful life experience photography. I am here to change the narrative around birth and I offer support people to help them thrive through their pregnancy, birth and postpartum parenting journeys, especially those whose skin acts as a barrier to being seen, heard and held in their most vulnerable stages of life. 

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Would you like to become a part of the "Do You See Me?" project?

I am always looking for Black and Brown muses to photograph at any point in their parenting journey, so if you would like the chance to be involved in changing the narrative around Black and brown parenting experiences and would like your image captured by me, please use the form to show you interest

In exchange for your involvement, you will receive free photographs of yourself and your family.

Check out the rest of my work on the socials:

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Thanks for getting in touch!

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