Photography has this magical ability to weave together our moments and our memories. Oftentimes, holding a photograph in your hand can transport you back in the same way as when you hear an old song.

I like being a part of that.

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The SEEN Project

This project was born in 2018, out of my sadness--and if I'm being honest, my anger--of the constant message thrown in women's faces that we are not enough/not pretty enough unless we purchase x, y, and/or z. I understand that it's just marketing, but we already have enough to worry about without feeling like a constant failure, right?

This project was a way for me to turn my anger into something positive.

I simply decided to do magazine-worthy shoots of women...without any makeup.
It didn't take long for it to take on a life of its own, and I have been so humbled by the women who have been a part of it. I have been so honored to hear their stories and I have loved watching each one of them view their images and be able to see their beauty--to feel SEEN and know they are enough.

I'm currently planning the next steps for this project, but if it's something you would like to participate in, or know a deserving woman you would like to gift a session, head over to the Contact page. 

It's amazing what we can accomplish when we can know our worth.


Photography has this magical ability to weave together our moments and our memories. Oftentimes, holding a photograph in your hand can have the same feeling as hearing an old song. 

I like being a part of that.

alisha@alishamckellar.com

Atlanta, GA