about tiffany chi photography
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My Motherhood Sessions have been featured on prominent Online Publications such as La Peche Journal, The Fount Collective, ShoutOut Los Angeles, and The Motherhood Anthology.
From California, to Paris, to Motherhood. This is my story.
Oh friends… Today was a hard one. I try to keep my head above water but some days, like today, I just feel like I never breach the surface. Today, I am a stone sinking in an endless pool of leaky sippy cups and tears. We are on day one million (not an exaggeration) of […]
October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. One in 4 Women will lose a baby during pregnancy, delivery, or infancy. One in 160 pregnancies will end in stillbirth. Pregnancy and infant loss has long been stigmatized and shrouded in shame. Yet, thousands of mothers and parents suffer silently, feeling forsaken and alone in their […]
So much of motherhood in daily life is made up of so many small, imperceptible nothings. The tears that are wiped away from an exhausted meltdown, the bruises that appear and disappear as our children explore their world, the time spent shushing the baby to sleep, the cleaning and re-cleaning of toys and books and […]
Dear Aimee, Five. When did you grow up? I’ll look through photographs of when you fit in my arms and wonder where all the time went. I remember when you struggled to communicate your needs, and now you regale me of tales that you invented in your dreams. My sweet daughter . . . in […]
When I first realized that I wanted to specialize in capturing motherhood, it came as a surprise, even to myself. You can argue that most of what we create and put out into the world is a form of self portraiture. In every portrait of a mother I capture, there is also a little bit […]
“Gratitude turns what we have into enough.” – Melody Beattie Some days it’s easy to fixate on the things that we may lack: disappointments mount, frustration builds, expectations go unmet, and our hearts are restless for reassurance that never seems to come. Comparison is a thief that robs us of the joy of our present, […]
Does cleaning out your phone’s photo storage give you anxiety or is it just me? Ugh. I’ve been an image hoarder since before I can remember. Always the first one taking out her camera. Do I need this photo of my child destroying a random plate of pasta from the Cheesecake Factory from 5 years […]
As a woman who has (self diagnosed) breast hypoplasia, I had no idea how it would affect my breastfeeding journey with my children. The lactation nurses who saw me also had no idea. The first lactation consultant that I saw as a first time mom after the 16 hour labor with my firstborn took one […]
In honor of World Breastfeeding Awareness Week, I thought I’d share my personal breastfeeding journey with you. Before I had my children, I had thought, like many others, that breastfeeding was fairly simple and straightforward. The “hard part” that everyone talks about is the obvious hurdle of extracting or expelling a 6 – 10 lb […]
I believe I only began to understand the idea of sacrifice when I became a mother. From the day that our flesh was combined, and I became their first home. My heart grew larger, and beat faster to fill their veins. Perhaps I do not understand and may never understand firsthand the terror of racist […]