A lot of really neat, really exciting things have happened for me in my adult life because of the body positive community. It has introduced me to a lot of kind, caring and genuine people who I am happy to say I know. I’ve known of Rebecca of Rebecca Northcott Photography for quite some time now. I’ve always looked at her photographer in awe and admired the skill she has to capture beautiful moments. Working with her has been on my list of “things I want to do” for a very long time, so when she mentioned wanting to photograph me, I was in heaven. At first, I was a bit nervous but she made me feel at ease. We worked together on a vision, both of us collaborating on an outfit, location, accessories and all. I genuinely felt so comfortable around her, and she never left me feeling unsure of myself. She doesn’t know it, but this photoshoot meant a lot for me. The past year has been such a whirlwind for me, and it has been a struggle to keep my head above water plenty of times. Like many others, I have a strong tendency to doubt myself and my abilities constantly. I can be too hard on myself, constantly questioning whether or not something is even good enough to put out there. All of that went through my head before seeing Rebecca, but the second she started shooting, all of it went away. None of this is sponsored, only words from my heart. Please, please consider Rebecca Northcott Photography if you’re in the GTA!
I’ve added some of my favourite shots after the cut, and I’m so excited to share them with you. As per usual, outfit details will be listed at the very bottom!
Hat: Joe Fresh
Skirt: Old Navy
Bracelet: Hand me down