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"The moment I became a mother! It's as if your whole world changes when you become a mother. Who you are as a person, your beliefs, your likes and dislikes, your new hyper-sensitivity to health & safety, your emotional connections, your strengths, confidence..everything is heightened."

The child's eye is a visual documentation of the lives of Australian mothers seen through the eyes of their children, using a 35mm film camera to help capture the moment with authentic, unfiltered images. 

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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.”

"The child's eye" is a visual documentation of the lives of Australian mothers seen through the eyes of their children, using a film camera to help capture the moment with authentic, unfiltered images. 

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"When I’m having a bad day I like lighting my favourite Diptyque Ambre candle, flicking through the pages of a Country Style magazine, giving myself a manicure (having my nails done brings me joy. Ha!) and having Charlotte cuddling me saying: “Je t’aime Maman”. And also when my husband says he will take care of dinner!"

"The child's eye" is a visual documentation of the lives of Australian mothers seen through the eyes of their children, using a film camera to help capture the moment with authentic, unfiltered images. 

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I love the journey of motherhood - the self-discovery, the constant learning and the lessons, the chaos in the house, and the amount of love that flows in every direction.”

"The child's eye" is a visual documentation of the lives of Australian mothers seen through the eyes of their children, using a film camera to help capture the moment with authentic, unfiltered images. 

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"I try and make some time each day for myself to stretch and meditate. I also try and do 2-3 yoga classes at Modern Movement which I absolutely love and feel so fantastic afterwards. Eating well and early nights, I don’t really drink at all anymore either."

"The child's eye" is a visual documentation of the lives of Australian mothers seen through the eyes of their children, using a film camera to help capture the moment with authentic, unfiltered images. 

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