All right me. What to say, what to say.
I am a graphic designer by trade. I always liked drawing and painting so it kinda made sense to go into graphics. There I also took film photography and loved it since.
Officially I can be called a photographer since 2000 when I started working at Glamour Shots Canadian version. Yeah it was old-school and cheesy and glossy and puffy but I learned a lot. And it was the dawn of the digital cameras and I had the privilege to work with a 12,000 Kodak camera. It had a damn grain of dust that I had to photoshop all the time.
I have been a glamour photographer- a baby photographer and a wedding photographer. I made up my mind in 2006 that I would become a boudoir photographer while I was sent into the trenches by male photographers that weren't allowed in by modest brides getting ready. I had the gender and the comfort advantage. Then I said heeeeey- I want to do this. I want to capture the beauty of vulnerability in nakedness, in getting ready, in sensuality.
And here I am, convincing people to take their clothes off. Yay!
Oh, I had so much fun doing these. At first I found the images from this Victoria Secret model and thought to myself " I should recre...
Inspired by my popular post "how to shoot your own boudoir photos" and this picture which title is: "NUMBER ONE USE OF CAM...
I am not sure but this post get's a lot of hits, so I am updating it. Valentine's is a funny holiday to me, it's cold here ...
To the blog part of this sexy, glamourous and silly things of boudoir and portrait photography. There is some implied nudity around but nothing to scare prudes. Well maybe my sister the uber prude (not sure how we are related). You'll get to see my most recent work, some tips on what to do for your session and boudoir photography in general and my sense of humour. You have been warned. "Sexy sometimes is accidental while you are having fun" Very yoda-ish of me.
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