Louise Agnew is a photographer based in Millicent, SA mother of 3 children.
Louise came to photography professionally 10 years ago after a career in psychology and social work, after the urge for a creative outlet took over.
Louise loves capturing the relationship between mothers and their children, and is a champion of encouraging mums to get out from behind the cameras and into the photos! Her candid style and genuine relationships forged with her clients has made Louise a local favourite, cemented by the many community collaborations she takes on.
Today we chat about how Louise was able to make a big shift in her mindset and identity around mothering, body image and the media and the high value she places on having a therapist you can talk to.
You'll also hear some chatter with her 8 month old son George :)
**This discussion contains mentions of mental health issues**
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