Monday, December 5, 2016

Welcome New Photography Volunteer, Kayla!

Please help us welcome volunteer photographer, Kayla! She will be helping give the gift of NICU photography to preemie and NICU families in Alaska!

Service Area: Wasilla and/or Anchorage

Hospitals: MatSu Regional, Providence, Regional, ANMC

About Kayla:
“Hello, my name is Kayla Morgan. I am a freelance photographer in the Wasilla/Anchorage, Alaska area. My passion for photography started when I was a kid and has grown over the years. It has taken a lot of courage to finally pursue my passion and put myself out there to share my services. I am a stay-at-home mom to three wonderful little boys. My oldest is a NICU alumni. He was in the NICU for seizures due to a traumatic delivery. I feel my personal experience with the NICU has inspired me to volunteer with Preemie Prints. I understand that this time can be challenging for families. My hope is that providing my photography services will bring joy to their hearts.”
Preemie Prints is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization sharing hope with NICU families through a variety of support programs. One of those programs is the gift of NICU photography and preemie photography. NICU families from across the US can request a no-charge photography session by a Preemie Prints volunteer. The family request from can be found on the right side of our website. These sessions are free of charge and for any NICU family, regardless of time spent in the NICU. The NICU photo shoot can take place inside the NICU or after baby is discharged and at home until their 1st birthday. Facing time in a NICU with a premature or critically ill baby is an extremely difficult time for families. Preemie Prints has a mission to share hope by letting families know they are not alone. Preemie Prints currently has over 100 volunteers nationwide. We are always looking for more volunteers to share in our mission! If you are interested, please email and visit our website at To date Preemie Prints and our volunteers have gifted over 500 NICU family sessions.

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