9 Things You Wanted To Know About Boudoir, But Were Too Afraid To Ask

It's Pronounced Boo-Dwar
Pronounced bood-wa in French the translation and means bedroom.

It's Really Not That Intimidating
“That wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. I actually felt really comfortable.” I hear this after every shoot. Corrective lighting and posing is my specialty too, so I will make sure your best angles are always highlighted.

Yes, I Will Pose And Coach You
Don't worry! I know you're not a professional model, and I don't expect you to act like one. I won't stop talking the entire shoot and will pose you down to the last fingertip detail. The amazing expressions you see are a result of being really comfortable in front of the camera, and that's my job not yours.

Yes, I've Seen That Before
I have photographed hundreds of women of all ages, sizes, ethnicities, disabilities, post operations, post kids; I've seen it all and have no judgments. What we can't fix in camera, photoshop can. I won't hesitate to remove anything you're self-conscious about.

Our Cosmetologists Are Trained Specifically for Photography
It's a little different than what you might wear everyday, but it makes all the difference in photos. Airbrush makeup and false lashes are included.

If You Don't Like It You Don't Have to Buy It
You're not committed to buy anything before your shoot. You choose what you like and how much you want to spend when you see your photos.

It's Often Not Less Than What You'd Wear To The Beach
There is a wide variety of boudoir out there. My goal is always to have you notice at the eyes first and body second. To achieve this I often photograph at an angle where you're not seeing anymore than what you'd see on a beach.

It Doesn't Have To Be Lingerie
Many women choose not to wear lingerie. I will photograph you any way you'd like. Your favorite dress or gown will work too. The term for this type of photography without lingerie is glamour, and I love shooting it.

Twenty Years From Now You'll Wish You'd Done This
True story! I have women in their 50s, 60s, 70s come in for photos and often one of the first things they say is, “I wish I would have done this when I was younger.” Love yourself for who you are today.