get involved

Where are you located?

Brevard County, FL

How can I be photographed for the project?
Send me an email at to be placed on the waiting list for booking. Tell me about yourself in the email.

How can I donate?
If you would like to support The Honest Body Project you can do so by donating here.

11 thoughts on “get involved

  1. I would love love love to participate for my daughters. I want them to know that all of our bodies…no matter how wrinkly or tight, chubby or slender, dimply or smooth, thick or thin, saggy or perky are gifts we, as mothers, have been given. How can I teach them to love their bodies if I feel insecure about my own. My daughters are 3 and 4.5…I’m still nursing my youngest and I would be honored to share this experience with both of my girls. Thank you for doing this project and for giving me an opportunity to teach my girls about self love in a bigger way than just using words.

  2. Hi, Natalie! I love love love this project. It’s beautiful and real and inspiring on so many levels. You photographed me while I was pregnant and you’re amazing. I would love to support and be involved in this project!

  3. I would love to be a part of your project. These are amazing pictures of real women, who love there children and yes they might not have the magazine model bodies. But they have something more amazing. They have baby making bodies and I think they are all beautiful.

  4. I am a Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist. I started Babies After 35 in October, and have quickly amasses quite a following. I am currently re-launching my website with the addition of a blog. I am also featuring maternity, newborn and motherhood photography. I would love to feature your work. Please let me know if you would be interested.


  5. I am a mother of two beautiful girls, Amelia,3, and Everleigh, 6 months. I never though before having kids that my body would change so drastically! I thought I could have babies and go right back to normal, WRONG! So wrong. I am currently teaching myself to appreciate my body for what it is and what its done as well as teach myself health and wellness. It is a hard path while running a business and raising my babies, but a journey i’m willing to fight for. I love your project and everything it is about. You are doing a wonderful thing and sending a positive message to all women in the world. Great job!

  6. Hi Natalie, What an amazing project. Positive real body images of women is so important not just for the young but as children both girls and boys. I would love to take part but live in England so maybe not possible. In 2013 I was diagnosed with breast cancer, sadly whilst waiting to have a lumpectomy to remove the tumour I was informed I had advanced ovarian cancer and would need to start chemo have surgery more chemo and then back to radiotherapy for the breast and hormone medication. I have two daughters in their early 20’s, they are both supportive but like many young women body beautiful. l I hate my cancer but love my body scars they are my WAR wounds. In my extended family there has been anorexia and it breaks my heart the these beautiful young women have struggled with their body images. Anyway keep up the fantastic work and truly beautiful photos xx Kris

    1. Thank you so much for sharing, Kris. Yes, this is so important for the future generations. I wish you could be photographed for the project, but I am located in Central Florida. If you ever in the area..let me know :)
      It is so sad to see so many young people today struggling with body image issues. A young person I am very close to has struggled so badly for years, and was a big inspiration for this project. Thank you so much for following!

  7. This website is beautiful. Great photography. I am a mother of a 9 year old daughter. I have struggled so much with my body image over the years; since I gave birth to her. Even when I was in great shape, I still had the stretch marks and saggy skin from loosing the weight. It is often hard to feel beautiful, when your body looks that way. I hate the way I look in pictures. As mothers our bodies will never look the same after giving birth. This website is an inspiration. You are helping moms try to feel better about themselves, to have confidence again in the way they look. I would like to be part of your project. I want to show my daughter how to be confident and not worry about they way she looks. I want her to know she is beautiful no matter what.

  8. I’ve been a huge fan since this initially launched. I’ve always struggled with body issues from being talked down to nearly all of my life that I can remember. I swore when I became a mother I would never let my daughter see that side of me and would always encourage her to love every inch of herself. Five years later I’ve succeeded in not allowing her to see that part of me, the part of me that is healing a little more each day.

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