I’m Emmy. I’m a mother, photographer, beach lover, food maker, veggie growing gal who does triathlons for fun. Yep you read that correct… Give me a swim, bike, run combo any day! I have an infectious laugh, love a good kitchen dance, and in 2020 my life changed instantly when I received a life saving kidney transplant from a complete stranger.

Life is beautiful. And it is also fragile. Having kidney failure; a chronic illness for many years I have personally lived this fine line between beauty and fragility; and it has made me one incredibly grateful human.

I’m passionate about inspiring women to be their authentic selves, to live wholeheartedly and to embrace every day with positive and kindness. Through my own personal life and my photography I want to capture your natural and everyday BEAUTY amongst the everyday CHAOS. 


Storytelling & documenting women and mothers lights up my world. I want your story to be passed down for generations to come. I adore EMPOWERING women to EXIST in life and in photographs, capturing their unique and beautiful selves.

I have been documenting my own motherhood, lifestyle, exercise and chronic illness journey to help start conversations and raise awareness about exercising with a chronic illness, organ donation and living a grateful and kind life.

Becoming a mother has been a rewarding, exhausting, enriching and terrifying experience, and something I have wanted for as long as I can remember. It has been the steepest of all learning curves and certainly required a ‘just jump, don’t look’ mentality. Time goes so fast and I want to remember the everyday and little moments with my children. This is one of the reasons I adore documentary photography, it captures those in-between and fleeting moments.

Over the past couple of years I while I was in kidney failure, on dialysis, and waiting for a kidney transplant, I realised that I need to slow down and listen to my body. More recently, I am all about slow and mindful days searching for moments of stillness, creativity and inspiring women to be confident and uniquely themselves.

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