My goal with boudoir has always been to marry fantasy with modesty. What good are images you’ll only want to share with only a select few? I think depending on your comfort level, boudoir can serve as ultra glamourous fine art to display in your home. For this reason, I chose to photograph boudoir that’s ‘safe for work’.
Images are meant to be shared, not stashed in a drawer. This is the primary reason why I opted to create shareable art. I wanted to take the feeling…of feeling uncomfortable…completely off the table. Boudoir is often reserved for celebration, but I think we should also display it as such. Let’s disrupt the rigid idea of what boudoir has been since the early 2000’s and re-imagine a new kind of boudoir that can be displayed everywhere your heart desires.
Boudoir is not always about 6-inch heals and being scantily clad. My take on boudoir is about adding a little lived-in, editorial edge and a whole lot of understanding of what makes real women feel good.