Welcome to the 1st edition of La Pause, a series of intimate conversations where we take the time to learn more about people and projects we admire. Today we’re speaking to Katrina Williams, a family photographer and videographer with an incredible story. She began her photography journey when her one-year-old son was hospitalized for a
To start the year inspired, we’re so excited to share with you the magic of our newest Mootsh Muse: photographer Bee Chalmers. When we first came across Bee’s photos last summer, we felt an instant connection. Bee captures the genuine, real life moments of her family and infuses them with magical realism and emotion…
In a time of Instagram, when perfectly styled homes, children, outfits, and even color palettes appear to be ubiquitous, documentary photographer Laura Beth Davidson’s photos are like a breath of fresh air.
We know how incredibly difficult it can be to print your photos. As moms especially, we’re intimately familiar with the feelings of overwhelm and guilt that come from letting your photos pile up on your phone or in the cloud. Which is why we designed Mootsh with one grand goal in mind: to make photo printing as effortless and enjoyable as possible.
When we discovered Claire Guarry’s photos, it was love at first sight. Her images truly felt like the epitome of what inspired us to create Mootsh: an anthology of photos that tell stories in a powerful and genuine way. The images document her children’s childhoods and her family’s wanderings. Their freedom and love for each other. The result: incredibly beautiful images that convey emotions in an honest, wild, almost raw kind of way.
Two takeaways from this photo: My little sister is and always has been a badass. We are children of the 90s. This photo was taken by my dad while hiking in the French Alps in the early 90s. The bandana, the baggy floral pants, the fanny pack (in French, called “banane”, so chic) are all testimonies of a decade that assumed casual and shapeless like none before.