Right now the world feels stressful

The 100 STEP PROJECT is here to Help…

  • During times of stress, it’s important to have a release. Yes, we can be vigilant and smart and informed. Social media can be an outlet for information. But, we need to buffer that info overload by taking care of ourselves mentally and emotionally too. Which is why…we’re facilitating one of our favorite photo challenges. For free.
    Just click the button below, join our “Moms Who Capture What Matters” community on Facebook, and look for our daily prompt to get started! We begin September 23rd!

  • I feel a collective aching. In my body. In my heart. In my mind. This morning I laid in bed not wanting to do much of anything. Endlessly scrolling social media. Feeling both grateful and anxious about the months ahead.

    Distance Learning. Divisive Social Media. Elections. Balance work, and school, and home. Prepare for the worst, and hope for the best.

    I want to pull myself away from Facebook but I continue panic scrolling. I’ve been experiencing this odd mixture of 2020 grief, and disbelief. And, I don’t think I’m alone in these feelings

    I keep wondering what little bit of relief I can offer. I’m not a scientist, I’m not a researcher, I’m not a politician. I’m a photographer.

    One who has been through a fair share of stress, and heartache…but one who has always looked for the bits of joy and gratitude even on the hardest days.

    So….I decided, why not create a safe space. Away from the panic, and hysteria. A place to show up as we are – fear, confusion, denial, joy, gratitude…all of it.

Ready To Join The 100 Steps Photo Challenge? It’s Simple!

Just click the button below, join our “Moms Who Capture What Matters” community on Facebook, and look for the pinned daily prompt to get started!
  • Who Am I? I’m Beryl…photo mentor for moms who love capturing everyday life.

    I was never a person who carried a camera with me wherever I went. But I fell in love with photography in 2009 as a way to document the exciting time of becoming a mom.

    After losing our first daughter at 20 weeks pregnant I used my camera to heal from the grief and heartache instead. That journey led me down an incredible path of becoming an accidental business owner.

    As a former elementary school teacher, my true calling is helping people. I followed that passion for photography and love of teaching to develop the “Momtography Method” for fostering confidence from behind the lens of a camera.

    Now, almost 10 years later I’ve helped thousands of moms around the world use their creative energy to capture what matters and create a life they love using photography as a guide!