Hi hello! Kyla here! I’m a freelance Denver boudoir photographer specializing in emotive boudoir portraiture for fiercely empowered women looking to embrace their inner badass!
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Photography was the first real passion I found in life that I could really call my own. It was something I picked up years ago when I was hiking fairly often. My mom had gotten me this silly little $60 point and shoot Kodak camera that I would take with me to photograph things like flowers and skies and the occasional bee. While I had no idea what I was doing it left me with a sense of purpose and creativity and I fed my soul with it.
I fed my soul with it. What a powerful thing. To feed your soul with something that requires skill and creativity and will challenge the heck out of you every single day. I have been feeding my soul with this beautiful thing that can stop time even if just for a moment for the last 8 years. I cannot imagine a single thing I’d love to do more.
I have been delving into an exploration of strength and vulnerability through raw & emotive portraiture over the last few years. I love to build conceptual stories based around a thought or emotion. I often use my own writing (musings within my journal) to find a moment of clarity within myself and my work.
My boudoir work explores the space between elegance and edge rounding out with soft vulnerability. I enjoy working with female identifying people who are excited to explore the fierce empowerment that boudoir brings. I am a huge supporter of body love and self care. I very much believe that boudoir is inclusive for ALL body shapes, sizes or anyone who is on a journey to fully embrace their badass self.
I proudly welcome trans women, genderqueer women, and non-binary people who are female-identified.
A bit about me
I have a 13 year old black lab/hound mix. She wears a dog tag that accurately describes her level of care in her old age with “F*ck It”. She is the sweetest animal around and I immediately end up in tears if I contemplate life without her.
I am an avid re-watcher of Buffy the Vampire slayer. Once a year or that year just doesn’t count in life. I am also a podcast lover. (Terrible, Thanks for Asking is highly recommended.)
During a particularly hard time in my life I found myself in the poetry of Rupi Kaur, Salma Deera and Trista Mateer. I will forever be grateful for these empowered female voices that gave me light in my own darkness and I strive to give that same empowerment to my clients.