Stephanie Rubyor

I am married to a great guy and a mom to four awesome kids; three boys and a girl. Being a mom is the best thing I have ever done. Nothing is more important to me than my faith and my family. I currently live in Fort Worth, Texas where I have an in-home studio. I do have some places around town that I love to shoot as well, as long as the weather cooperates. I love photography! Being able to capture these special moments and remember them through pictures is so important. After my daughter was born in 2013, I knew that it was time to pursue my passion of being a photographer and started making my dream a reality. It was the best professional decision I have ever made.


Photographing seniors, newborns & maternity is really amazing. But with it comes a level of responsibility that I do not take lightly. I have devoted countless hours to my education and training.


I have had in-person training workshops for seniors, newborns and the business of photography as well as an in-person training class for newborn safety and posing. These classes were all conducted by experienced and well respected industry professionals. I have also been able to consult with and learn from a registered newborn physiotherapist. Along with in-person training, I have completed many hours of online classes and training. Safety is of the utmost importance to me while you are here in the studio or on location.


These newborn skills help aid in posing to keep the baby and mama healthy and safe at all times. The cutest portrait in the world is not worth it if baby is not safe. My client’s safety will always come before an image.


I am a Qualified Newborn Photographer with safety certification with the Accredited Professional Newborn Photographers International since 2018. I am also certified in Infant & Child CPR and First Aid. I am fully licensed and insured within the state of Texas.

There are days when I feel life is flying by. Small moments are getting lost in the busy-ness of life. Capturing each passing moment, slowing down, making those around me feel unique, special and valued is something that means a lot to me. Why not celebrate the good in life? Our families and children. The miracle of new life. The accomplishments of the ones we love. Laughter. Connections. Emotions. These are the things we carry with us. The moments to value, treasure and capture.” 

– Stephanie Rubyor