Wondering what it's like to get scantily clad in front of a photographer and perhaps a photographer you've just met?! Whoa, makes you sweat a little right? Let's take a walk through the whole process.
Once you reach out and express interest we either chat via telephone or meet at your favorite coffee spot to discuss what kind of photos you're looking for. Some women want to bare it all and others prefer to have a more casual "at home" look in booty shorts and a tee, and some are somewhere in between. All are fun and it just depends on your personality and what sexy is to you. Maybe you want a couple different looks, that's cool too! Either way, we decide on the mood you're looking for.
First thing on photo shoot day, you get a text from me reminding you how excited I am about your shoot and how wonderful you're going to look and how much fun we're about to have. Secondly, you head off to get your hair and makeup done by a professional. We make your eyes glow and your lips pout!! No worries about not looking your best. Thirdly, we meet at our location, which is typically in the comfort of your own home or a friends. It's all down hill from here! We pick out the first outfit, turn on your favorite jams, and let the clicking begin. I always say, no matter what kind of shoot I'm on, the first 50 camera clicks don't count. We use that time to get you comfortable in front of the camera and it helps me to get into the groove as well. After that I promise you'll feel beautiful and at ease and we spend the rest of the shoot laughing because I'm asking you to bend in ways I think look neat on camera. Moral of the story is it's nothing to be scared of. I have yet to do a shoot that felt awkward or uncomfortable, only fun. We both end up feeling excited about the moments that were captured.
We work hard, we're care takers for all of our loved ones, we're quietly strong and deeply intuitive, there is no love and no strength like that of a woman. It's always okay to do something for YOU.
"Beauty begins the moment you decide to be yourself" --Coco Chanel