Boudoir: A Woman's Point Of View

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My friend Kaela raved how much she enjoyed her shoot with my team. “Oh my god, Steve-o, that was so much fun! When can we do it again?” Anytime you want was my answer, but that’s not where I am going with this. I asked her to write something for the blog, a woman’s point of view on why would anyone want to do boudoir. She said she would, and after a little pestering by me, she sent this over. So, without further adieu, I will turn my blog over to Kaela. Here you go.

“Boudoir was something that I had never considered doing before I met Steve. When he first presented me with the idea, I was a bit skeptical. Over the course of a few weeks, we chatted back and forth, looking at different poses and styles of lighting, trying to figure out what would work best and what I liked. After going back and forth, I decided I would give it a shot. I honestly couldn’t be happier I agreed to shoot boudoir with his team. What I thought was going to be an uncomfortable and nerve wracking shoot ended up being the most fun experience I’ve had in a while. Steve and his team are so encouraging, always reminding you how beautiful you look and making sure you are comfortable.

Something I really enjoyed was how involved his wife Angie is with the shoots. She always throws out these brilliant ideas that turn into amazing photos. his make up artist, Kiera, is a trip and always has us laughing. Being someone who never wears makeup, she dolled me all up and I can honestly say I’ve never felt more beautiful. All in all, Steve has a knack for creating the most beautiful photos and his vision is truly one of a kind. I couldn’t be happier to have been offered the time to work with him. I can’t wait to do more!!“

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