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Tag Archives: Boudoir

Pablo Nerudo’s Sonnet XVII inspired Boudoir Session featuring Summer

I’ve often been asked what my favorite subject for photography is and it always comes down to boudoir.  I loveView full post »

A little peek at a gorgeous boudoir session!

I really wish I could show you more from this session but my lovely subject and I agreed to limit it to two for thisView full post »

Southern California Boudoir Photographer – Sneak Peek!

Well I can’t think of a better way to start the day than with a little sneak peek of this absolutely STUNNINGView full post »

Orange County Boudoir Photographer – Shawna

This is one boudoir session that really has it all.  Shawna is downright perfect, super sweet, and can kick ass likeView full post »

Orange County Boudoir Photographer – Caesey

Here’s the rest of Caesey’s boudoir session from last year!  I love how much this girl loves the camera.  View full post »

Orange County Boudoir Photographer – Sneak Peek

I photographed this boudoir session for a good friend of mine last year and for some reason or another it never ended upView full post »

Featured! Storyboard Weddings

Remember our gorgeous friend Katie from the rustic bride & groom themed boudoir session?  We’ve been featuredView full post »

Leah – California Native Intimate Session

This is such a cool session!  Leah is such a beauty and I’m in love with the amazing styling envisioned andView full post »

Monique – A Candy Themed Boudoir Session

Oh my!  This intimate session has been steaming up my hard drive for FAR too long and I just can’t hold out onView full post »

Tina – Los Angeles Boudoir Photography

This boudoir session just happens to be with my adorable cousin, Tina.  I spend every holiday and many days in betweenView full post »

Amanda – Los Angeles Boudoir Photography

Yeah!  I reached my self imposed deadline of blogging about Amanda before I leave for a few days.  I had the pleasureView full post »

Boudoir Workshop

Last weekend I took my first photography workshop.  Actually, the emphasis was supposed to be more on lighting andView full post »