Bridget Laudien

let your light shine…



hi there.

I’m Bridget. I’m a photographer, artist, writer, mentor + radically transparent human being. I have many years of experience working with people to create beautiful, meaningful portraits from the heart. It is my absolute favorite thing to do and I’m very excited to make some magic with you.

a thing that you see in my pictures is that I was not afraid to fall in love with these people.
— annie leibovitz

the family experience

My work as an artist is focused around authentic, intimate connections. Whatever kind of love you have...whether you're a couple, a tribe of five, a single mother of three, or are welcoming your first baby...if you love each other deeply, I want to tell your story. I want to capture how your husband looks at you right before leaning in for a kiss, how your son’s arms effortlessly wrap around your neck, or how your hands peacefully glide through your daughter’s hair. My sessions are really just a chance for you to get all close and cuddly and love on each other. Capturing those loving moments and deep connections is the best way to cherish your life's most precious memories forever.

photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. what you have caught on film is captured forever… it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.
— aaron siskind

the female embodiment experience

I'm incredibly passionate about working with women one-on-one to create empowering portraits. I believe that love should always include self-love, which is equally as important as loving each other, and just as magnificent to capture. This work is very dear to my heart, as my own embodied self-portraits have helped transform me in profound ways. Throughout the years these collaborations have transformed into what I now offer as my female embodiment sessions. They are highly personalized sessions that are meant to celebrate the essence of being a strong female and the glory of surviving your own unique challenges.

there is nothing stronger than a broken women who has rebuilt herself.
— hannah gadsby