The problem with following trends is that you’re always doing just that…following trends.The flip side is that by following trends you quickly find out what you like and don’t like and can evolve from there. Such is the case with boudoir photography for us. The term itself just seems to limit what really happens when a client comes into the studio and we shoot. Like our couples portraits and engagement shoots, the more we collaborate on ideas with clients, the more unique the shoot can be. Like say, for instance, you happen to be a flamenco dancer or happen to know a good friend who has a very large collection of wigs…we want to know that. We want to shoot that!
So we’ve decided to ditch the term ‘boudoir’ even if it has serious google search repercussions. While our shoots may vary there is one common theme that is broad enough to fit every shoot we’ve ever done related to boudoir. We shoot portraits, for women.