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Rconciphotography.com is a platform where I share my personal imagery and life as a wife and mother with three beautiful daughters.  Two of whom have a debilitating disease not seen anywhere else in the world. I provide inspiration, information and help for families who have been given the role to raise very sick kids.

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CELEBRATE SMALL THINGS WITH CHRONICALLY ILL CHILDREN

April 8, 2020

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April 8, 2020

There is a saying that ‘life passes you by whilst you are busy making other plans’.  Building for the next step, and being so focused on what that next step might bring. In the meantime life is happening all around you.  Having a seriously ill child makes you stop and...

April 8, 2020

Mother guilt is one of those things that can touch each of us at some point.  All of us feel it for different reasons, or can relate to it. But can you imagine the weight of knowing that you are the reason that your child suffers on a daily basis.  That you are the rea...

March 29, 2020

Four steps to surviving coming home from hospital with a seriously ill child/ children 

For many people with children living in and out of hospital is not a reality they have to face. But our life with two seriously ill children and a third, this is our reality. Althoug...

June 14, 2017

My Youngest is getting bigger everyday.  Rivvah has her own story, her own journey that is different from everyone else's, and I am always aware of how much she has missed out on in her own childhood.  She has not had swimming lessons or days at the library, or many pl...

June 4, 2017

My goal, along with many other things for 2017, is to create one fine art image per month.  This is one that I created a few nights ago, inspired by Jayda's new dancing class which is helping her movement.  As i sit in the audience with the other parents, I stare at he...

May 22, 2017

I was lucky enough to have been asked to photograph this little man, Fletcher.  We walked, we played and I captured some beautiful moments.  They are only young for a small amount of time, and Kate was grateful for these images to have forever.

April 1, 2017

AIPP kindly sent all winning documentary images to Daily Mail.  As a result they were interested in one image.  The one I took of Jenna when she was at end stage liver failure.  The image is confronting, raw, and powerful, and although shocking she actually reminds me...

March 31, 2017

I was lucky enough to win three awards at the vic Australian Professional Photography Awards just passed.  I pushed myself to enter these awards, with the hopes I may win one.  The quality of work by some of Victoria's photographers is nothing short of inspirational....

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