Emotive Birth: Using Light and Composition for Emotional Impact + Balancing Life On Call
Why is everyone in love with Neely's work? Because she knows how to grab the viewer's attention with just a single photo. Her use of light and processing skills are a match made in heaven. That’s why her class, "Emotive Birth: Using Light and Composition for Emotional Impact", is sure to inspire beginning and advanced birth photographers alike! As as seasoned birth photography, nelly also knows a thing or two about life on call. Her class on balancing this lifestyle comes from years of experience as both busy birth photography and mother/wife.
Neely Ker-Fox is a graduate of the University of Georgia, with a background in Advertising/Graphic Design and Art History. She's been doing what she loves for a living for nearly a decade.
Neely began her career as a professional photographer in 2009 and shot her first birth in 2011. Not long after she decided to specialize in birth photography and family photojournalism in 2013. Since then she's been blessed to have photographed over 100 births and counting.
Through the years she has garnered trusted relationships with countless doctors, midwives, anesthesiologists, nurses, and hospital staff, as well as gained a wealth of knowledge regarding prenatal, labor and delivery, and postpartum care.She also brings her own personal experiences through the birth of her own children.
She loves the Lord and continually tries to use her business as a mini-ministry. She's a wife and mother, and a hopeless romantic. She's obsessed with the details and the subtle nuances of everyday life. She finds beauty in simplicity and the mundane.
Press Mentions: Good Morning America, The Today Show, ABC News, NBC News, CBS News, TIME Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Huffington Post, People Magazine, Vanity Fair, Inside Edition, Marie Claire, Daily Mail, Redbook Magazine, Women's Day, Baby Center, Good Housekeeping, Click Magazine.