This babe originally contacted me for headshots back in 2015, and we've been close ever since. She's got a bangin' body and is up for anything I want to try when we shoot together - a combination that is a portrait photographer's dream come true. For this shoot, we played with the light, pattern, and texture throughout my apartment building.
In boudoir shoots, I always want to highlight the parts of a woman's body that I think are unconventionally sexy: a collarbone, the tone of a thigh muscle, the shadows her lashes cast on her cheek, or a delicate hand drawing attention to her chest.
My boudoir isn't excessively provocative. It's sensual, feminine, delicate. I, personally, present myself in a way that makes me feel attractive on a daily basis. I don't do it for anybody else and I photograph with the same mentality. When a woman sees how naturally sexy she is in simple ways, it impacts the way she will see herself every day.
Boudoir is often thought of as something to give as a gift. It is a thoughtful, personal gift for a loved-one, but it's also a gift to oneself.