Category Archives: 40ish and fabulous

Forty, fifty, sixty and fabulous boudoir photography in our Albuquerque, New Mexico show that sexy isn’t an age it’s a way of life.

Miss A | 40th Birthday Glamour | Albuquerque, NM

Her 40th birthday present to celebrate in the most glamorous way! Oh Miss A, your smile lights up the world. We met last year at the Ronald McDonald House’s Girls’ Night Out. You and your besties were so dynamic. I kept my fingers crossed that you’d book a 40th birthday present to yourself because I…

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Miss A | 50 & Fabulous

Lovely A, We met at a networking event aaaages ago… the food was kind of terrible, but the company was great.  We talked about your work as a Rodan + Fields consultant and mine as a photographer. You mentioned enthusiastically that you had done a photoshoot years ago, and you had wanted to do it…

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Miss A – Headshots – Albuquerque, New Mexico

This is just a quickie post, because I wanted to share A’s personal branding portraits. She has the most amazing skin, and credits it all to Rodan + Fields. Lots of women who are independent sales consultants for companies like R+F, Scentsy, Pure Romance, etc. don’t have professional headshots, but they are remarkable business women…

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Miss T | Curves are Sexy

Dear T, Oh my goodness, I cannot tell you how grateful I am that you allowed me to photograph you.  I never know when I’m going to meet my next client, but I certainly wasn’t expecting it at a garage sale with workout clothes on and a kid in tow. I am so glad you…

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Miss K – Glamour Photoshoot – Albuquerque

One of the first things K asked was if I had ever photographed a Native American.  Having come from South Georgia where the Native American population is .23%, I could honestly say no.  Well, unless you count my friend in high school who is 1/16th.  But, really, I take each woman as an individual, regardless…

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