Category Archives: Boudoir

Chelsea’s Country Boudoir

Chelsea is an amazing photographer who makes it a point to be photographed regularly herself, so for this session, she really wanted to go above and beyond and do something outside of the norm.  She had seen an experimental portrait session I did a couple of years back in a handmade tulle skirt and she wanted something similar, but […]

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These Boots are Made for Walking

I’m a Texan born and bred, which basically means I was issued a pair of cowboy boots at birth.  Even though I’m a city girl now, I have a love affair with boots that will never end.  Mrs. C is a true Texas lady herself, so including her boots in her boudoir portraits was a […]

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My Favorite Prop

I work with a lot of props in my boudoir sessions – jerseys, cowboy hats, guitars, feather boas, pearls, basketballs, and a lot of neckties! – but I have to say, this was my all time favorite prop.  Mrs. K’s husband is a photographer, so she knew he would love it if she combined two […]

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A Simple Sheet

I love it when my clients come to me with crazy wardrobe full of expensive lingerie and unusual outfits, but when it comes down to it, I wouldn’t mind doing an entire session with one simple white sheet.  It’s effortless and classic, and it can be used to cover up as much – or as […]

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Sultry

“Sultry” is a word that’s hard to define.  It’s sexy, of course, but it’s much more than that.  Sultry implies a softness, a casual confidence that you just can’t put into words.  When I look at this photo of the beautiful Mrs. R, she seems to be the embodiment of the word.

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