A white sheet session involves you, white sheets, and the camera! Simple as that! These sessions are among my favourite to photograph. Everyone looks amazing wrapped in a white sheet! Covering as much or as little as you’re comfortable with, white sheet images can be classic, alluring and seductive.Read more >>
There’s only a 2 week window each year when the orchards are in bloom, and it happens to be in the middle of August, one of the coldest months of the year. I had been wanting to do a styled bridal boudoir shoot in the orchards for some time now, but I was concerned I wouldn’t be able to find someone that was willing to be photographed in their underwear, outdoors, on a winter’s day!Read more >>
Being based near Gawler in South Australia, some people think it’s pretty far from civilisation! haha! (It’s really not THAT far!) I was a little concerned that some people may not want to travel to my studio for their boudoir shoot. Boy was I wrong! 75% of my clients travel over an hour to come see me and Miss J traveled 5 and a half hours from country South Australia for her shoot!
This was my first outdoor boudoir photo shoot and it was so much fun!
This shoot was set on the grounds of a beautiful Barossa Valley winery where we were also doing a styled shoot for The Queens Quarters that day. When planning for the shoot, I thought it would be a really great idea to throw in a boudoir shoot while we’re at it, because I love to multitask and make things as stressful as possible! haha!
I’m so excited to launch my fantastic new venture and look forward to the opportunity to photograph many amazing women!
I’ve had a love for boudoir photography since 2010 when I took part in my own boudoir photo shoot as a gift to my fiance on our wedding day. Although I was nervous to begin with, the shoot was super fun and I was comfortable in no time at all. It was nice to take some time out from planning the wedding and focus on myself for a day. When I saw my images, I couldn’t believe that the gorgeous woman I was looking at was me! Needless to say, my husband loved the images and still looks through the album to this day!