Mama Muse

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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“As a Mother of two boys, I believe the next generation of men are the answer. If they’re brought up correctly, and forced to challenge many of the false norms, there can be genuine change. I take my responsibility as a Mama of these next-gen-men very seriously.”

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. On this weeks blog Katie Dally is photographed by her children at home in Sydney by Judah (6) and Caleb (3)

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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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“Being a Mother has healed me in ways I expected and in ways that have been a wonderful surprise.”

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 Melisa Macey Ross photographed by her children Rocky (1) and Franco (4).

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“I firmly believe there is an idea and a solution to fix any problem that comes your way. Always look at it as an opportunity to grow, even in the most difficult times.”

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. On this weeks blog Mary Lou Ryan co-founder of iconic Australian brand Bassike is photographed by her children at home in Sydney by Barney (5), Bobby (4) and Agnes (1).

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