So thrilled to share this session – and a big thank you to the client who gave me permission to share any of her photos. I love it when my clients are so happy with their images that they’re also willing to share them. I know that for clients considering who they want to photograph their boudoir session, seeing examples goes a long way. I encourage you to find a boudoir photographer who shows lots of examples on their site of women of all sizes and in a variety of settings. That’s the best way to see if they know how to work with any shape and in any light.

I love working with natural light, but with the mixed weather this summer I’ve pulled out my flash on many occasions to fill in light during sessions. Also look for a photographer who is displaying actual clients on their website – sometimes photographers are showing primarily models and stylized sessions on their site. Although they are a great way to experiment and learn about the art of boudoir, you want to be sure your boudoir photographer knows how to help pose non-model clients. In my opinion, the posing is one of the most challenging parts about a session! But a great pose makes all the difference – good posing highlights your assets and can practically make your trouble spots disappear!

Enough about all that – be sure to check out my website at for lots of examples and detailed information on how sessions work and the fun goodies you can get made. I look forward to working with all of my clients and would love to hear from you! You can also contact me anytime using my contact form.

Thank you again to my client for allowing me to share her gorgeous self with you!