The #LWCPhotographyProject


Lifecycle WomanCare is about making connections; connections with each other, with our families, and with our community.


Home Visit behind the scenes

As part of an effort to further connect with our clients and with the incredible talent in the Greater Philadelphia region, we began the #LWCPhotographyProject, where local birth and family photographers both lend their images to display on our walls and also donate their time & talents to capture the full range of the services we provide at LWC.


This first iteration has brought about some fabulous updates to our facility and website as well as promote these artists’ dynamic, engaging work. Most of all, the new images help “tell our story” at Lifecycle WomanCare more fully – so those interested in our work can connect with us even before stepping through our doors.


For this inaugural cohort of the #LWCPhotographyProject, these photographers have sat in on our classes, attended births, came along on home visits – all in effort to ensure that every aspect of our spectrum of services was captured. And we have been amazed by the outcome!

Amy behind the scenes


Take a look through our website to peruse some of these new images, or pop in 918 County Line Road to see the new  photo galleries that grace our walls.


Each photographer we have worked with on this project is highlighted below. You can lean more about their services on their respective social media platforms & websites.


Many, many thanks to each of these fabulous photographers for their stunning portraits and generous partnership!


And a special thanks to all of our clients who willingly & gracefully allowed us to capture their images for this project!

“I believe all good art comes from authenticity.” – Lucy

“Working with kids and their families is truly my happy place.” – Rachel

I’m a mom, too, and I know the importance of wanting to document exciting milestones in our children’s lives: from the moment of birth to their first smiles and steps, professional portraits give us the chance to reflect back on those amazing memories.” – Aimee

“Making genuine, lasting pictures that reflect the warmth of families is what I love to do.” – Ashley, Le Clic Photography



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“A single image can transcend distance, time, and situation. In the years to come, as memories fade and life changes, those images will become priceless, powerful testimonies of where life took you.”  – Meg

Are you interested in participating in the #LWCPhotographyProject?


We’d love to hear from you! Although submissions are currently closed, please email to receive updates about future opportunities!

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