Not unless you want me to! I never assume and always ask expressed permission. You can allow me to share in whatever way you feel comfortable. Just in
the VIP group? Sounds good! Only photos that your face isn’t in? You got it! Want
the world to see your photos? You got it! (Well at least those
that land on my website or follow the ‘gram)
Once your collection or a la carte products have been paid in full, you can
expect a 4-6 week turnaround for your items!
Sure! Only women are allowed in the boudoir studio and she MUST be on the same page
with this body positive experience. It never hurts to have a
wing woman in your corner. (Please let me know if you plan on bringing a
Digitals are not included in the session fee but are included in all collections! I
have found that most women are more interested in professional quality products that aren’t available to consumers so I have created a business model
around this. However, I do have a full digital file add on option!
The best way to answer this question is to ask another - are they part of who you
are? I want you to see the beauty in exactly who you are, right now, today. So no,
I will not edit out anything that makes you, you. I think it's important for you to
see every part of you and the imperfect goodness of it. Any non-permanent
blemishes (i.e. a pimple, bruises, etc.) will be gone but the stretch marks that
came after you carried a human being, the scar from your chemo port, and the
cellulite (which btw- we ALL have) are a part of your story and I want to celebrate that with you.
Nope. I ask every woman that enters the studio what her favorite physical attributes are and which ones she needs to work on loving- because I plan on photographing both. No matter your size, I photograph all women the same because one body isn't better than the next. Same goes for each part of your body. You definitely don't have to select photos that feature whatever it is you're self conscious of, for your final products, but I wouldn't be doing my job as a body positive boudoir photographer if I discriminated against it.