Nude couple in silhouette doing acro yoga together on rocks at the beach during sunset.

5 ways to avoid ending up with generic boudoir images

Every person has their own reason for wanting to do a boudoir session. And it’s not an insignificant investment to create images like this. It would suck for you to spend all this time and money and end up with generic boudoir photos. Fortunately, there are ways to make sure you can avoid this fate. Here are my top five: …

Black and white abstract boudoir image of a woman leaning back in a chair with one hand cupping her breast and the other playing with her hair. She's laughing, and her hair is covering her eyes. An image that encourages you to celebrate yourself with boudoir imagery.

Yes, you do deserve to celebrate yourself

Sometimes what holds someone back from doing a boudoir session is a worry that it’s vanity to do one. But I think boudoir is anything but vain. Plus I reveal what I have in common with Laurence Fishburne.

Unique boudoir image of an Asian-American woman laying on her back on a sofa, her curly black hair falling over the side. She's wearing just a cozy white sweater that matches her fingernails. She later described her personalized boudoir experience as "life-changing."

Unique boudoir: it’s all about you

In my first blog entry, I get right to the heart of what I strive for as a photographer — it’s all about you and creating your unique boudoir experience.