Meet the Team
Selina Scoble, Jerusha Sutton, Jo Hunter, Zoe Naylor
Jerusha is a doula, and birth photographer & videographer based in Sydney. She trained as a doula in 2006 through Childbirth International, and has since worked extensively as a birth and postnatal doula in both London and Sydney.
Jerusha found the beauty of birth so captivating that she soon trained in photography so she could capture the magic of what she was seeing with her doula clients, to provide lifelong visual memories of their birthing experience. She soon also moved in to videography, creating birth films for the women she supported. She photographs pregnancy, birth and families on a regular basis.
Jerusha won the 2019 Postpartum category in the International Association of Professional Birth Photographers Competition, and was finalist in the 2019 Australian College of Midwives Birth Photography Competition.
Her portraits of birthing women were exhibited in the Motherlove exhibition, both at the Creative Space Gallery in Curl Curl, and later the Royal Hospital for Women in 2019.
Capturing and supporting births is her deep passion and hence the seed of creating a documentary for, and about birthing women was planted long ago.
Jerusha is a proud volunteer member of Heartfelt, an organisation that gives the gift of photographic memories to families experiencing stillbirth, with premature babies or critically ill children.
Jerusha also has a background in acting, gaining an Advanced Diploma in Stage and Screen Acting at ACTT in 2001. Since then she has worked as an actor, in casting and in film production. This experience both in front of, and behind the camera fed in to the creation of Birth Time: the documentary.
Jerusha is a mother to a four year old fire cracker and is pregnant with her second baby.
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