Birth Doula and Photographer
Serving Sioux Falls, South Dakota and surrounding areas


YOU matter.
YOUR BIRTH matters...

Birth is the most empowering, vulnerable, and most beautiful time in life anyone can go through. So much blood, sweat, and tears (literally!!) go into bringing precious life earth side. You spend months, or for some, even years envisioning how your birth will be. When the time comes to shine during this stage in life, whether it be your first birth or 6th birth, in that moment we often forget everything and it all turns into a cloudy daze that we cannot seem to find no matter how hard we try to search in the moment of labor surges. This is what I am here for. I am here to remind you of your plan as well as making you feel educated and great about all the decisions you will make during this time. When you feel you can no longer go on, I am here to remind you that you are doing it and you're doing fabulous! My goal is for you to feel supported and empowered through this journey. 

Every birth deserves a doula. That is me. I am Doula.

I am a children, small family, motherhood, and birth photographer in Eastern South Dakota. As of June 2021, I am also a certified Doula.

I am very passionate about capturing the little moments and memories you can never get back. As well as birth and the amazing capabilities of a woman's body through that process.

I believe that every moment in life should be captured especially birth. A wedding is a huge event in someone's life that gets captured all of the time. I believe birth should be treated the same as it's a huge, life changing, transformative event that happens in ones life.

Hi, I'm Kenya!

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Every part of life is special whether that be pregnancy, birth, newborn, breastfeeding, or even your small family. Capturing it all is my favorite part. Being able to stand behind a camera and see the laughter, joy and love is the greatest thing.

Small children, family, and motherhood photographer

There is power that comes to women when they give birth. They don’t ask for it, it simply invades them. Accumulates like clouds on the horizon and passes through, carrying the child with it.

– Sheryl Feldman



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