Mama Muse

I became a single mother really unexpectedly when I was 28. I was suddenly on my own with a two-year-old and no safety net and remember how exposed and quietly terrified I felt.”

Mama Muse is a visual documentation of the lives of Australian mothers seen through the eyes of their children, using a 35mm camera to help capture the moment with authentic, unfiltered images. In this week's blog post we are in conversation with Mama Catherine King photographed by her son Hugo (15) 

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"I love Giorgio Armani foundation, Kevyn Aucoin mascara, Hourglass primer and NARS blush and bronzer."

Mama Muse is a visual documentation of the lives of Australian mothers seen through the eyes of their children, using a 35mm camera to help capture the moment with authentic, unfiltered images. In this week's blog post we are in conversation with Mama Natalie Lucchitti photographed by Andie (8) and Patrick (5).

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"I love looking at this little boy. Every day I think… ‘we made him’ and ‘he is a part of us’. It always brings a smile to my face.”

Mama Muse is a visual documentation of the lives of Australian mothers seen through the eyes of their children, using a 35mm camera to help capture the moment with authentic, unfiltered images. In this week's blog post we are in conversation with Mama Georgia Egan photographed by Valentina (9).

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I used to think being a woman meant being in touch with your sexuality and being unapologetic about it. Once I got married, that changed. And once I became a Mother, that changed again.”

Mama Muse is a visual documentation of the lives of Australian mothers seen through the eyes of their children, using a 35mm camera to help capture the moment with authentic, unfiltered images. In this week's blog post we are in conversation with Mama Kelly Hume photographed by Bea (4).

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“I love everything about being a Mother! I’ve never experienced such a selfless love... a love that is so strong and tender it brings me so much joy and happiness.”

Mama Muse is a visual documentation of the lives of Australian mothers seen through the eyes of their children, using a 35mm camera to help capture the moment with authentic, unfiltered images. In this week's blog post we are in conversation with Mama Bec Parsons photographed Olive (7).

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