The Tiny Light Foundation™ is always looking for experienced, professional photographers to join our team. A Tiny Light session can be rewarding and inspiring.
If you are a professional photographer in Alberta or British Columbia who is willing to donate your time and talent to help capture memories for these inspiring families, please take the time to read the information below before submitting your application.
There are so many children and families waiting to be matched. We want to be sure every family looks back at their experience with The Tiny Light Foundation™ with great fondness. We want their photos to bring back great memories for a lifetime. This is the most important part for you to read to ensure that The Tiny Light Foundation™ is a good fit for you. Please take the time to read this information before you submit your application.
...everything always seems to be about the bottom dollar and who could do what cheapest. Because of this, over the years I lost some of my love for photography. My Tiny Light families remind me why I picked up a camera in the first place. They show me the meaning of strength, love and family. I'm proud that I can record a memory for them to look back on years from now. I feel blessed to be part of this organization because I feel it makes me not only a better photographer, but a more understanding and compassionate person.
~Megan Stewart Photography
"Only when we give joyfully, without hesitation or thought of gain, can we truly know what love means."
~ Leo Buscaglia
I give my time to The Tiny Light Foundation because of what it means to our Tiny Lights. My commitment of time is their life memories to be passed down for generations. We also bring awareness to people with life-altering and terminal illnesses. We help people feel less alone. I gain personal satisfaction in helping people with family portraits that might never have happened. What we have achieved in this past year helping hundreds of families cannot be put in words. We have given them a gift of our time and talent to freeze time, thoughts, feelings, emotions and love.
It's really hard putting how you feel into words. I love our Tiny Lights.
~Sherri Abrams Photography
My son was born at 30 weeks, he was 3 lbs. 11oz and stayed in NICU for 4 weeks. He was one of the lucky babies; he was perfectly healthy, just small and needed to grow. After spending a month in NICU and seeing other parents, their babies and what they had to go through, I feel very fortunate and had absolutely no doubt when I was asked to join The Tiny Light Foundation. It's about making people smile when sometimes it is hard to, to take their minds off of things for a while, and giving them images that will mean the world to them.
~Crystal B Photography
It is hard to put in words how much our work with the Tiny Light Foundation inspires us. We are always so touched by the amazing families we get to meet through the Foundation. The strength, love and joy we witness in these families leaves us smiling for weeks afterwards. We feel very lucky to work with the Tiny Light Foundation.
~Labour Union Photography