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Truthfully, boudoir (and photography in general), is a semi-recent aspiration for me. It wasn’t something I grew up knowing I wanted to do.
I did, however, grow up loving all things girly.
Pastel colors. Dresses. Barbies (Shout out to my girl Theresa). Polly Pockets. Britney Spears (admittedly, still a guilty pleasure of mine.)
I’ve also always had a pure passion for creating. From a young age, design of all genres captured me, but particularly interior design. I religiously watched TLC and shows like "While You Were Out" & "Trading Spaces" (holding out for the relaunch!)
So…photography was not a creative outlet on my radar, not even a little bit. That is, until I had an awesome experience with a photographer who piqued my curiosity. Not long after, my husband convinced me to give it a try. Instantaneously, I felt at home. I found "my thing".
About a year later, whilst I was bouncing around the different genres photography has to offer, I booked my own boudoir session. The whole experience blew me away. To coming up with looks, to the make-over team, to the guidance during the session, to the very best part of seeing my images for the first time. I knew from that moment on that I needed to show other women this amazing experience. I scheduled my first session with a client-turned-bestie, & I've been hooked ever since.
After that first session, my passion for the genre of boudoir began to totally consume me. I decided to specialize in creating gorgeous images for women and delivering a truly life-changing experience. I am obsessed with every facet of it. The interior design of the studio space, the fashion sense of styling looks, the challenge and excitement of creating art inspired by each of my beautiful muses...but the most of all, I am obsessed with the absolutely profound effect that a boudoir session can have on a woman.