Mama Muse

Currently obsessed with a puff sleeve floral print taffeta Self Portrait dress that I have zero occasion to wear and no reason to need right now but I love love it so I'll look forward to wearing it when lockdown ends. For now, just seeing it in the wardrobe is such a mood lifter! Although, if lockdown doesn't end soon I may wear it for the coffee run.

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 Fiona Murchison photographed by her son Lenny (5)

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"There have obviously been some positives that have come from COVID-19 but conversely, it has also increased the pressure on working mums and widened the chasm of inequality in the workplace."

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 Karla Pritchard photographed by her son Max (7) and Carter (2)

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"I try and make some time each day for myself to stretch and meditate. I also try and do 2-3 yoga classes at Modern Movement which I absolutely love and feel so fantastic afterwards. Eating well and early nights, I don’t really drink at all anymore either."

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 Deborah Sams photographed by her son Jet (9)

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“I prioritise my body and really listen to it. If I don’t feel like working out, I won’t force myself. If I want that caramel slice, I will eat it. And if I don’t want to change out of my sweat pants, I won’t! Life is too short to worry about all the noise.”

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 Bianca Beaman photographed by her daughter Hazel (4)

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“Alma has watched us right from the beginning. She watches how we live, how we treat our home, and how we treat our furniture. Thankfully, she has adopted the same mannerisms from us.”

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 Kriszta Gabor photographed by her daughter Alma (2.5)

 

 

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