It’s my personal mission to capture the lost preteen years

& help tweens have


in themselves

It’s My Personal Mission to Capture the Lost Preteen Years.

“Did I not exist as a tween?” I think to myself as I flip the plastic pages of my parents’ family photo album. One of the few photos that exists of me as a preteen is a traditional school photo. You know the one, that head and shoulders pose with the cheesy grin. My teeth are slightly too big for my face and my hair isn’t combed. Ah, sweet innocence.

Babies are so cute, new and chubby. Toddlers have those big, bright eyes and lets face it, they just do the darnedest things. But those tween ages are often forgotten. At ages 8-12, kids aren’t children anymore but aren’t quite teens.

I’m making it my personal mission to capture those lost preteen years. The goal is to help tweens look and feel beautiful and have unshakable confidence in themselves when they hit ‘big’ school.


We are starting the “Who I am” photography project to fill in the forgotten photo years while enriching the lives of pre-teens. The main goal is to help pre-teen girls look and feel beautiful and be confident in who they are. And, we want young men to feel confident in who they’re becoming.


We are looking for both male and female participants for our photography project, ages 8-12. We will ask the participant and their parents a few questions, then combine the text and photographs to create one impactful piece of art.s

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