Expressions of Motherhood with Ginger Unzueta

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There is no one that knows and loves your children like you do, so when it comes to capturing their story there is no one better suited to tell it than you.

Join photographer Ginger Unzueta for a heart-changing, eye-opening, soul-stirring breakout session that will change the way you approach photography both as an artist and as a mother. You’ll learn how she utilizes light from morning to night and how she weaves movement and moment into her work. Ginger will also reveal how she uses unconventional compositions and effectively prioritizes emotion over perfection. Most importantly, she’ll help you – and your photos – capture life with grace and gratitude.

Ginger will help you to remember your why.


• How to utilize light morning to night
• The roles that moment and movement play in Ginger’s work
• The value of unconventional compositions
• How Ginger chooses memory and emotion over perfection
• How to shoot in and around water
• How Ginger and other mothers find balance as both artist and mother



• 200+ page Expressions of Motherhood ebook including interviews from other mothers and artists
• Immersed- a bonus mini-ebook on using water and light in your images
• A mini-guide to journaling
• An action guide to accompany Expressions of Motherhood including questions for reflection and creative exercises
• Editing videos which include Ginger’s thought process while editing and shooting
• Video on shooting and editing underwater as well as an underwater equipment video
• Video on appreciating ordinary locations
• 3 Inspirational printables to inspire and encourage you as an artist and mother
• A video answering questions sent in from her readers and followers on social media
• Q and A video

*Please note: All items in this listing are digital downloads that must be downloaded to a computer (you may transfer to an iPad after your original download to a computer).  Due to the nature of digital downloads, they are non-refundable. 

Ginger Unzueta believes there is beauty to be found every day. She is a Jesus follower, wife and homeschooling mama to four. She strives to find joy in the mundane and messy days of motherhood. She enjoys sunshine, time by the water, alone time in the Word, seeing her children run wild and free, and simple days at home.

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  • 5
    Where to begin?!?

    Posted by Meg Loeks on 1st Aug 2017

    Ginger pours her heart and soul into this breakout. It has left me feeling empowered and inspired to document what motherhood is to me. She has encouraged me to slow down and be intentional, to be present while still capturing those beautifully messy moments. The materials (there’s a lot!) are filled with gorgeous imagery. I cannot say enough wonderful things about this breakout. Thank you Ginger for sharing your heart and vision.

  • 5
    Grab your favorite beverage of choice and curl up on the couch.

    Posted by Diane Downs on 1st Aug 2017

    This breakout is like visiting with an old friend. Ginger is open, caring and honest as she talks with you about telling your children’s story through photographs. It’s a heart-felt look into reconnecting with why you make these photos. It encourages developing community and being present. Ginger gently recommends developing gratitude and a journaling habit, all in the name of making photos that tell the story of your child’s growing up years. My kids are older, 21, 18 & 13 and I hesitated purchasing the breakout. Surely, I don’t have littles splashing in puddles and blowing bubbles. I’m so glad I purchased it! Ginger’s guidance is for mother’s at all stages — pregnant all the way to late teens and beyond. Because telling stories is always applicable. Learning how to do so authentically is magic. Thank you Ginger for a wonderful class!

  • 5
    I’m very inspired by Ginger’s personal projects.

    Posted by Alicia on 1st Aug 2017

    I like the practical application of the 10 creative exercises found in the action plan and the 4 weeks of prompts in the journaling PDF. Ginger is very genuine and honest in her approach to photography and I love it. There are lots of interviews with others about motherhood and simple living (about 50 pages worth) which I enjoyed reading through. There are so many inspirational quotes included as well. I really appreciate this breakout and Ginger’s heart for motherhood. I haven’t even gotten to the videos yet and I am so glad that I purchased it! So much great information in the PDFs alone!