It's never easy saying goodbye.
At a young age I learned that death meant the end of future memories. What scared me about that is losing the visual reminder of those I would be missing. Even if I couldn't touch them, seeing them kept them alive for me.
In 2012 I received a Certificate in Pet Loss and Bereavement Therapy. Combined with my degrees and certificates in Human Resources Management, with a focus on counseling and therapy, I have assisted many through the process of grief. I know it very well myself. My journey through life constantly brings me back to loss and how to help others survive it. I started the Last Moments Project to help aid people in their time of grief.
1. What is the Last Moments Project?
This program is a photography experience for anyone wishing to memorialize a significant moment. It is completely free of charge (aside travel costs outside of Swift Current). I provide a photo documentary of your choice to commemorate your loved one. These can include:
End of life visits
Last day with a pet
Stillborn & infant loss
Where hospitals and vet clinics are involved, appropriate permissions are required.
2. What is Included?
This program is customizable based on your individual needs. As the photographer, I require only a release form that permits me to take these photos for you. You will receive digital copies of your images.
In addition, I provide a keepsake angel image based on the images collected in our session.
3. What is the Cost?
This is a hard enough time for you to have to think about anything other than what's most important. I provide this photoshoot service free of charge for any bookings within Swift Current, to a maximum of 3 hours.
Digital images of this day are also free.
The only costs that may be associated are mileage for sessions outside of Swift Current, and any products you may want in addition to the digital prints.
4. How Do I Book This?
Please contact me via the contact page, phone, email or messenger regarding the time frame you are looking at. Please note that I will do my best to accommodate your request. The sooner you can contact me, the better I can fit you in.
My condolences to anyone experiencing loss. I hope you find peace in your memories.