A Boudoir Experience
What to Expect
Your session is all about you. Dark and moody? Light and airy? Edgy? Nudey? It’s custom to you. We will chat about your desired look of your shoot during our pre-shoot chats (as many as you need), and then you can start planning with the help of my 30-page prep guide. I’ll guide you through the process from start to finish. (it’s easy believe me … no need for overthinking) I believe the more you know … the less you’ll be nervous. You will be nervous, of course, and equally excited. I call that nerve-a-cited. And it’s an exhilarating feeling!
When you arrive at the studio, you will be eagerly greeted by myself, and one of my talented makeup artists, excited to share this experience with you. Full makeup application and some light hair styling is how you’ll start. This is your hour or so to ‘settle in’, with a little beverage and lots of chatting. Once you see your makeup reveal, the nerves have left and you’re ready to shoot!
We’ll go through your wardrobe selection, and have a game plan for sets and styles that you are drawn to. The shoot flows organically which means I never have a set shoot plan for each client. No one is you, so your session is unique to you. There’s no one set of poses in order to generate your gallery. And it’s a ton of fun!
You’ll leave the studio, usually skipping, already anxiously waiting to see your images. The post-session high you’ll have will linger for some time. Three weeks later you view your images and order your collection. A teaser beforehand helps with the wait in between. This experience isn’t just a digital one. Your magazine-quality images deserve to be displayed like art. Albums, prints, wall art, and magazines are truly the best way to showcase your images. Once your products arrive at the studio for a full quality check, we will arrange a pickup date or I can ship them to you. When you receive your images displayed like art, you are blown away and usually wish you didn’t wait so long to book in the first place. Did I mention you’ll want to do it again? It’s a bit of an addiction.