She is a special human. There is definitely something special about Ann-Marie AND I am still NOT convinced....that she is actually entirely human?
As I walked through a busy Brisbane Airport, I was searching for Ann-Marie (because we had actually never really met). I had driven from the Sunshine Coast and Ann-Marie had just arrived from Adelaide - with 4 week old baby Wynter, clutched tightly in her arms. I must admit, we were a little bit weepy at first glance. Once we worked through that, we hit the road to Byron Bay. As they tend to do, things fell right into their perfectly off-beat place. ONE HUNDRED + SIXTY EIGHT km's later, we had arrived to our photography workshop location. We talked a lot on the road. *A lot* But mostly, we talked about mothering our FOUR children - the losses, the break downs, the break throughs, the hustle, the sweat, the tears and plus more. AND Obviously, Wynter is Ann-Marie's fourth and was our youngest and most adorable workshop attendee.
The workshop we attended - along with 16 other incredible, just incredible talented women - was amazing and intense, inspiring and refreshing. I learnt a lot, you know some more technical stuff, light, content and connection. As we workshopped, Ann-Marie would be quietly tucked away at the back of the room feeding. Thank you for letting me share these Ann-Marie. I love how we met and how our special little friendship we now share x