However, most important to this story is that I am a mother, and I have spent countless hours just admiring my son in the various rays of sun streaming through our windows in different parts of the day. I know how to find light and I know what magic in motherhood feels like--both the beauty and the grief alike.
The day I found out I shared life with another, I knew real love. The day I held my son in my arms, I felt the immensity of it. There are other days, too, that I knew real joy—like the one when he cupped my cheek in his palm to fall asleep or the one where he finally spoke the words “I love you”. Him and I—we believe that a love like ours will make us live forever. I tell him these things to keep his tender heart safe and because I wouldn’t dare not believe it.
I’ve written love letters with my camera and my words that make this true. And right this minute, I’m hoping I can share this hope with you.
am so glad you're here. And since you are here, you may know me as a family photographer shooting almost exclusively on film. I am also an artist, partner, friend and sometimes, part-time creative director and co-writer of your ultimate love letter.
a snapshot into my musings
Happiness is pockets in my dress
And only using them for treasures you insist I keep
Nuts and smooth round rocks
And one hand always in yours
And your laugh
When we pass by the sunroom windows
And I notice how much you’ve grown
I currently live in Kentucky with my partner, our two sons, and our two big puppies. We got married in 2022 and it proved to me that dreams do come true and that love exists, wholeheartedly, in all forms.
We love to travel and share experiences that push us out of our comfort zones as often as we can. We also love a good, rainy day at home snuggled up on the couch. :)
I graduated from Berea College in 2014 with B.A. in Fine Arts and Environmental Studies with an emphasis in ceramic art. I started my ceramic business upon graduating and opened an art gallery and tea house in my college town. After having my son I moved back to west Kentucky to be closer to my family and started my photography business. However, I still am active in ceramics and spend a lot of my time in my lovely home studio. You can find more about my art on Instagram or Facebook @triciataylorceramics.
art, in any form
Tricia has come to our home to photograph us for our small business and also to capture our newborn son on film. Her in-home sessions are the perfect way to stay comfortable and take the pressure out of having photos taken with a small child!
She took the time to find the perfect setting & lighting and gave us some really special photos of these fleeting moments as a new family.
Tricia is a truly gifted artist and we wholeheartedly recommend her and look forward to working with her again as our son grows up!
Tricia is a truly amazing photographer. She is able to create a calm and supportive atmosphere to capture the sweetest moments. The photos she took of our family will be forever cherished. Her talent and artistry are unmatched.
We loved working with Tricia for our family pictures! Being a family of 7, it’s no easy task to get the perfect shot and she got several.
We were so happy with all of the special moments that Tricia captured!
You Deserve to be witnessed
I know how I want to feel and be seen as a mother and how I wish my son to remember me and our time together when he is grown. I want beautiful, validating proof of how hard I am trying and how fiercely I am loving. And friend, I'm betting that you share that same desire.