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5524 Bee Cave Rd. Suite F1 • West Lake Hills • 512-850-4530
www.momentsfromtheheart.com

Welcome to Moments from the Heart Photography Studio located in the Westlake area of Austin. I am studio owner and photographer Sandy Allen. I've been capturing the magic of pregnancy and birth, the sweetness and wonder of newborns, and baby's first year for over 8 years. I also provide birth photographer services at Austin-area birthing centers, hospitals, and for home births. I love what I do, and my passion is creating custom, memorable heirloom portraits for you and your family.


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  • LegalLine from Lawyer Referral Service of Central Texas

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