I’ve been a photographer for 12 years now and when I entered the photography community boudoir was just starting to become more mainstream and popular. Over the years the term boudoir has become empowering, uplifting, vague and caging all at once. We’ve seen this style of photography session change quite a bit over time and everyone has a different take on it.
I specialize in body positivity & body diversity sessions that empower you to love the skin you’re in. I fully believe that all of us need to see ourselves more and see ourselves with the kindness we show our best friends. When I talk about boudoir I don’t ever want to fall into the box of JUST glammed up sexy photos, (there is ALWAYS space for that booty action!). But in the bigger picture boudoir is about loving yourself, finding what makes YOU feel good and if you care to share those images with someone else because you FEEL SO DAMN GOOD then heck yes, friend! Let’s create a moment where you can let your wild within come out to play.