Mama Muse

“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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Seeing life through little eyes again has been such a gift. It’s magic. Then, slowly, they start to express themselves. They start to find their words and teach you about who they are.”

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 Kate Fowler photographed by Alexa (4) and Saachi (3).

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"Ice cubes under the eye to de-puff in the morning. It hurts a little, but it’s a miracle worker after a rough night."

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 Jacqueline Perrett Ho photographed by Harriette (7) and Henri (4).

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"My favourite thing about being a Mama is the opportunity to create good humans. Kind respectful boys with good manners."

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 Deb Tan photographed by her sons Jet (8) and Spike (6)

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"When we fell pregnant with Hugo, I was aware loss was common. But you never think it’s going to happen to you."

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. A heartfelt conversation with Mama Rachel Hay about loss. Photographed by Luca (6).

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