This might be “my” About Me page, but it’s really “About US!”

A Boundless Life began as a little blog of my family’s Big Adventure, travelling Australia in a caravan (commencing August 2017).

Now, it’s becoming so much more!

Before setting off, in the photography and doula world I was known as The He{ART} of Motherhood, and I specialised in supporting and capturing families through the transition into parenthood. As we travel, the focus is shifting. Whilst I continue to support and advocate for women, babies, families and positive, empowered birth experiences, I am no longer able to be in those moments.

The moments I am now able to share in, and document, are those (extra)ordinary, everyday moments – joy, love, tears, comfort, excitement, playfulness, and most importantly, connection.

My mission is to document the stories of Australian families through photography and film, by joining them in their homes, their favourite places, and on their very own “Big Adventures” and capturing their world unfolding before my camera. Just as it is.

As well as documenting the lives of other families, A Boundless Life continues to be a place where our own travel experiences are shared, openly and authentically. We believe that we are living the Australian Dream – or at least our version of it. From homeschooling to hiking, oceans to deserts, cooking to caravanning, budgeting to books, preparation to parenting and more, you can join our adventure, told through the eyes and words of each one of our family of five who contribute to our blog.

Not only that, but we barter! In exchange for a place to park up our caravan (plus power and water, bonus points if you have wi-fi and a washing machine!), we can offer help around your home or property, babysitting services or credits towards family portraits and videos! This has been an invaluable experience for us so far, and we’ve met some amazing people and formed some very special friendships in our short time on the road, and I’m excited to continue this into the future. It really brings back the sense of being part of a “tribe” – something often wished for. You can see some testimonials HERE (to see we’re not too crazy, if you’re considering hosting us).

So here we are, our tribe of five…..

Jen (aka mum, mummy, mama)

Jen (aka mum, mummy, mama)

Age: 32
Interests: photography, hiking, all things Scottish (including bagpipes and highland dancing), music (playing and listening), reading, netball, chocolate, baking, babies

Luke (aka dad, daddy, dada)

Luke (aka dad, daddy, dada)

Age: 32
Interests: playing with the drone, 4WDing, hiking

Haylee (aka Hayles, girly, missy)

Haylee (aka Hayles, girly, missy)

Age: 9
Interests: reading, highland dancing, drawing, playing ukelele, word games, netball, writing stories, riding bikes, hiking, the beach

Matthew (aka Matty, Matt, Joey, Joe)

Matthew (aka Matty, Matt, Joey, Joe)

Age: 7
Interests: riding bikes, word games, ninja turtles, lego, Star Wars, karate, hiking. the beach, listening to music

Amelia (aka Milly, Mill, Mills, Miss)

Amelia (aka Milly, Mill, Mills, Miss)

Age: 5
Interests: riding bikes, craft, drawing and colouring, the beach, hiking, animals, MOSS(!), collecting pebbles and seashells, making friends, making music


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