I spent most of my childhood thinking I was never good enough. The women I looked up to were so thin and beautiful. When I was in high school I wore the largest pants size that most local stores carried, and that always made me feel so self-conscious. 

The media has gotten better over the years at projecting women of all shapes and sizes, but it is still not very diverse. If you're above a size 16 you are very limited to clothing. And when you do find a plus size store, the clothes aren't the most stylish.

My journey to becoming a boudoir photographer was met with a lot of self love. I continue to love and accept myself more everyday, just through photographing so many women that open up to me, and become comfortable with themselves.

I absolutely love how clients look at themselves after their session. I have received messages that were written in tears of excitement and appreciation.

I know which parts of your body make you uncomfortable. I know what you want to hide. I get it, I have those too. 

I have been married to my best friend for *almost* 5 years. He is my biggest supporter, and pushes me to do all that I can. You may see him setting up for bathtub sessions, or putting together a bed in a field.

















I am mommy to the most wonderful, beautiful little girl in the whole world. I often find her "posing" her stuffed animals for little photoshoots. I do everything that I do because of her. To provide the best life that I can, and bring her up knowing that she is full of worth, beauty, and strength.
















I spent most of my childhood thinking I was never good enough. The women I looked up to were so thin and beautiful. 

When I was in high school I wore a size 14, the largest pants size that most local stores carried, and that always made me feel so self-conscious.
  
The media has gotten better over the years at projecting women of all shapes and sizes, but it is still not very diverse. If you're above a size 16 you are very limited to clothing. And when you do find a plus size store, the clothes aren't the most stylish.

My journey to becoming a boudoir photographer was met with a lot of self love. I continue to love and accept myself more everyday, just through photographing so many women that open up to me, and become comfortable with themselves.

I absolutely love how clients look at themselves after their session. I have received messages that were written in tears of excitement and appreciation.

I know which parts of your body make you uncomfortable. I know what you want to hide. I get it, I have those too. 

Family

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