I do not know what led me to jump into boudoir with such a force. Lancaster’s conservative nature scared me. I thought for sure that people around here would have no interest in strutting around in their lacy intimates while having a camera pointed all up in their biz. I also thought that if I was to share boudoir photos on my social media accounts people would hit the unfollow button right away. But here I am, 16 boudoir sessions in, with a constant wave of people thanking me for helping to empower women of all shapes, backgrounds, and relationships through boudoir sessions. I have found something that is not just a job and not just a hobby I love. I have found a way to make a difference in women’s lives. If that isn’t everything you could ever ask for in a career I don’t know what is.

When Raeya asked me to do her boudoir photos I was elated. I met her in 9th grade homeroom, and all the way through our high school career we sat next to or near each other almost every morning. I am extremely thankful for her presence in my life. It had been a bit since we had really talked, but the moment she arrived for her session I started crying. Her warm and happy soul is one of the most comforting I have ever met, and I am so happy and blessed that our paths have crossed again. And if all of that wasn’t enough, she has been a constant supporter of my photography. She was one of the first to really thank me for empowering her and others through these sessions. She helped me realize just how much I can impact women’s lives through these sessions, and I will be forever thankful for that.

If you or someone you know could use a little self love boudoir empowering magic, send me an email!