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The Boudoir Experience

Hi and Welcome! My name is Miranda.  I’m happily married (for 15 years), and a mom of 3. And I love taking pictures of women in their underwear.

There, I said it.  It’s what I do and yet it’s kind of hard to say it out loud sometimes. People can be judgmental of boudoir. Not everyone gets it.  But I do.  Because I’ve been in your shoes.  I see myself in so many of clients! Having had 3 children, my body has been a roller coaster of up and downs. I know how it feels to look in the mirror and not like what you see. In fact, hate what you see. I know what it’s like to not feel comfortable in your own skin. I know how it feels to give to everyone else in your life and lose who you truly are.  And I know how it feels to let life get in the way and put yourself, your health, and your well being on the back burner.  Do  you relate?

Over the last couple of years I have made a conscious effort to take care of me and put myself first now and then.  It’s such an important thing for women to do.  When your cup is full, you are better able to help fill others!  One of the best things I have ever done for myself was investing in my own boudoir session.   Not only was it an incredible experience and made me feel great about myself, but it helped me relate better to my clients as well. To really feel all the reservations and nerves that you will experience… I’ve been there!

This is also why I have worked so hard at learning to pose and flatter all women, no matter the shape and size. I want my clients to feel confident and sexy in the skin you’re in! To give you that little reminder that you’re beautiful and deserve to look and feel amazing. Because you really are and you really do!

You have to just trust me that this is something that you will be so glad you do. If you need more encouragement, check out the “Their Words” link above under the “Categories” tab.  I have many clients who have shared their experience having a boudoir session as well.

Want to know more? Just ask! I’m happy to answer any questions and would love to hear from you!

All my best,

DSC_9821_1Photo by Trish Hadley.

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