I see the women in the world through boudoir goggles.
Where she sees a messy ponytail, I see a woman who is too busy kicking ass to spend time pushing her hair out of her face.
Where she sees thighs that rub holes in her jeans, I see curves and feminine beauty.
Where she sees crow’s feet, I see someone who laughs so hard her face squinches up.
Where she sees short, I see petite.
Where she sees awkwardly skinny, I see leggy.
Where she sees a soft tummy, I see a body that created a human.
When a woman talks to me and tells me she could never do a photoshoot because of (enter one of thousands of excuses here), I want to just shake her and prove that
1) She’s exaggerating her insecurities 5-fold so that they take on a life of their own.
2) She is enough, she is beautiful. Her femininity is aching to be recognized.
3) She deserves to be served. She deserves to receive the energy that she lavishes out to everyone else.
I see all women as these amazing humans with superhuman potential and incredible beauty. It’s such a privilege to capture that with my camera and I never take my role for granted. It’s my job to guide you to recognizing that beauty in yourself. Even when you’ve got a messy ponytail, shadows under your eyes, and jeans that won’t quite button that day.
If you’re ready to see yourself through boudoir goggles, please allow myself or another experienced photographer show you who we see.
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