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  • Hello!

    Thanks for visiting Jennifer Mossman Photography! I am a natural light photographer in the St. Louis area specializing in maternity, newborn, child, and family photography. I hope that you can see from my work how much I love what I do! My favorite part of being a photographer is meeting new families and seeing the joy that children bring to their lives. Being able to capture that joy is priceless. Thanks for visiting!

This session was supposed to be all about the belly, but little Desmond just stole the show with his hilarious expressions and exuberant personality. I was mesmerized by that little guy! Of course, momma-to-be was looking gorgeous with her baby bump. Soon the family will welcome another sweet boy to the mix. I wish you all the best, M Family. You are in for such fun with two little boys!


I always look forward to photographing Andrew, Nora & Emma! Not only are they an exceptionally fun crew, but I always love catching up with their mother as well! Sarah and I go way back to high school, and it’s always fun to hear what everyone is up to these days. Thank you, S family, for another successful session. I can’t wait for the next one!


I was honored to photograph Chris, Julie, Lauren, Grace & Claire last summer while Chris battled cancer.  You see, Chris and I go way back.  We have known each other since high school and have always been close friends.  He was a prankster, would do anything to make you laugh, and made everyone around him smile always.  With a heavy heart, I have to say that Chris lost his battle with cancer just 6 months and 3 days after these photos were taken.  I think of him every day and the lives he changed in his short time with us.  I am glad that I got to take these photos of him and the people that meant so much to him…his beautiful wife, Julie, and their precious girls, Lauren, Grace, & Claire.  I don’t think I’ll ever understand why God took him so soon, but I do know that he had such a positive effect on so many people.  His life mattered, and he will always be missed and remembered.


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