• photographers

    Rebecca | Owner

    Rebecca Edwards was born and raised in Spokane, attending Shadle Park High School and Spokane Falls Community College. She started photographing children in 2000 before taking a break for work and school in a different field. The love of photography called her back and in 2009 Tot Shots was opened. An expert baby whisperer and toddler negotiator extraordinaire, celebrating families with portraits is her dream come true. When not at work you can find her downtown enjoying the community and fabulous restaurants with her husband Joe.
    Hannah | Senior Photographer

    She and her husband Sean are the proud parents of two boys, Locklin and Calhoun. She has been with Tot Shots since it's inception and is the creative force behind most sets, props and background choices. Her passion for photography extends outdoors where she truly captures families and individuals highlighting the beautiful locations in and around her hometown of Spokane. In her free time she enjoys home decor, sewing, having urban chickens, gardening and cooking.
    Tymen | Assistant Manager, Photographer

    Tymen Grant is a fun seeking person and has a passion for travelling and The Beatles. Although from Spokane, she's studied at Boise State, Arizona Community College, London South Bank and recently graduated from Eastern Washington with a Bachelor's in Business Management. When she's not working, she's planning her future trips and enjoying fine spirits.
    Shalise | Photographer

    Shalise Higgins was born and raised in Spokane, WA. Before finding her passion in photography, Shalise knew she loved children. She worked as a preschool teacher for five years before coming to Tot Shots to combine the two. Her hobbies include volleyball and reading. She now lives on the South Hill with her husband Danny, son Nolan Ryan and cat Bambino.
    Matin | Photographer

    Matin Shaarbaf has lived in Spokane for most her life. She is currently enrolled at Spokane Falls Community College and will be graduating in the Spring of 2018. She likes to spend time outdoors hiking as well as staying in and working on her oil and acrylic paintings.