Boudoir, a french term for a woman’s private sitting room or salon but now widely used as a genre of photography. Boudoir photography is not generally a new concept, established in the 1920’s when it was considered illegal to have nudity in photos. A french artist Albert Arthur Allen created masterpieces using women posed in romantic ways against ornate backdrops.
Fast forward to today where Boudoir is seen as a way for women (models or not) to pose in a sensual or sexually suggestive way to create beautiful images. It allows a woman to feel comfortable with her body and confident in herself. A majority of women are having sessions for themselves and not for their partner. Below are some examples of my work. Boudoir can be as simple as a vest and knickers or full nudity, the model will go to the level they feel comfortable with. If you would like to book a session please get in touch with me. These types of shoots can be done at the models own home or a studio. Many people choose their own home as it feels comfortable and familiar.