This is some of my in studio, color boudoir work. My favorite thing about boudoir photography is expression. The way body pose and facial expression pair together to create an air of sensuality and innocence draws me to shoot this type of work.
When I shoot in the studio, it is always my goal to create a beautiful image with soft tones and a feeling of innocence. By using pose, expression, and striking color palettes, each image has its own captivating elegance.
This is some of my black and white, in studio boudoir work. Black and white images in boudoir are generally the more provocative images; they are edgier and have more punch. I try to do the same with my black and white images. Most of my black and white images truly focus on the sensuality of the subject, playing off of their own personal brand of sexuality.
I try to bring the subjects into a set where they feel comfortable enough to let go and show off a more sensual side of themselves. Pairing dramatic lighting with post processing techniques, these images in my work have a punchy, evocative look meant to captivate the viewer.
These are some of my glamour style portraits. With these types of images, my goal is to pull out a piece of the subject’s character that they don’t always show. By playing with depth of field and location during the shoots and using post processing afterwards, I try to create an image that draws the viewer into the subject. I focus a lot on the eyes and mouths in this type of imagery, allowing the two to play a key role in the overall expression of the image.
These types of shoots are meant to tell a deeper story. By looking at the expression in the eyes and mouths of the subjects, you see everything that is meant to be conveyed by the shot. There is a softness and subtlety to these images.