your boudoir photoshoot questions answered



I have 4 image release options: full release, select release (you choose which images you are okay with me sharing), anonymous release (images not showing face or defining features) and no release. You are under no obligation to let me share your images! While I loooove showcasing my beautiful clients, I respect everyone's privacy and totally understand wanting to keep your images to yourself. All images that I show are from people who have given their consent.

"i don't want my
images online"

I strongly believe that just a few images does not fully represent the whole experience. Trust me when I say that it can be veryyy hard to narrow it down. Digital galleries are included in my signature collections which gives you the best of both words: tangible products + digital images. I truly believe in tangible products; pieces of art that you can touch and feel to incapsulate the magic that we created.

"i just want a few images"

While it's common to gift boudoir photoshoot images to a partner, ultimately this should be an experience for YOU. If you do have a partner and you want to share them, then lucky them! But I want you to think of this as a gift to yourself first and foremost.

"i don't have a partner to gift this to"

I send you a full prep guide that gives you out of the box ideas of things to bring, including non-lingerie options and absolutely nothing (just the sheets is my favourite look!) I also supply glamorous feather robes in my client closet to add something special to your look.

"i don't know what to wear! what should i bring?"

I pride myself on creating a super relaxed, positive environment where you can be 100% yourself. Don't you worry about posing; that's my job! I guide you through posing the entire session, head to toe!

"i'm awkward and am worried about posing!"

Taking the steps towards booking a boudoir photoshoot experience can be a nerve wracking thing. Choosing the right photographer is such an important decision. This type of session requires a lot of trust so I want to be able to give you as much information as possible to ease your worries. Here are some common concerns and questions that get asked a lot: