My Turn in Front of the Camera

When you spend your time behind the camera, it's pretty freaking difficult to want to get in front of it.  I've been planning to have my own boudoir shoot done forever, but I'm just like you.  I was insecure about my post-baby body, I was nervous, and I wondered if I would like any of them.  So I decided to take the risk on myself.  No easy task.  Thankfully my makeup artist and good friend, Adeana, stepped up to help man the camera and give me a little direction.  She's never taken portraits and didn't know what she was doing except by my guidance.  You should have seen how stressful it got for us.  But she did my makeup and helped me feel like a goddess, and that helped.  A lot.  So, I wanted to share them here.  I have password protected the pictures, not because of my modesty, but because I don't want to accidentally surprise a family member or good friend who'd rather not see me in my skivvies.  Ha! Here is the link.  The password is: LOL

So, I want you to know that I know what you're going through and I hope that it's given me even better insight about how to bring out your individual beauty.  It's a privilege to photograph you, and I don't take that responsibility lightly.