One thing we always strive to do in our photography is to create images that truly reflect our clients. Whether it’s in the fact that our couples nearly always choose their photography locations for their engagement sessions (usually places that are special or hold meaning to them), or they bring along items to shoot with that help tell their story (we’ve seen everything from motorcycles to board games), or how we aim to just simply capture their true personalities and how they interact together on camera. Making images that reflect who our clients are is a huge part of our photography style.
Throughout my entire photography career, I have always, always loved photographing women, capturing them the way I see them–beautiful and strong–and allowing them see themselves as the lovely creatures that they really are. And when it comes to boudoir photography, I strive to do the exact same thing that we do in all of our other work–capture my subject in a way that is reflective of her. This is why I label my boudoir work as “lifestyle boudoir.” I’ve never been one for very traditional boudoir photography, but I love photographing boudoir in a way that is reflective of the subject. Miss E (below) was the perfect example of this. Not only is she truly stunning, but she was so generous to allow me to photograph her in her lovely, light-filled home, in very non-traditional boudoir attire–her favorite hats, slips, skirts, and sunglasses–and I adored it all. This is the type of boudoir I love to shoot, the unexpected, outside-of-the-box kind.
If you’re interested in a lifestyle boudoir session with me, shoot me an email and let’s chat!