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Curvy Boudoir Photography: Mollie On the blog today – a few stills from Mollie’s curvy boudoir photography shoot (finally). Mollie and I connected via Instagram and managed to pull a shoot, wardrobe, and full team together in something like three days, which surely must be a record. Our inspiration for this shoot started with an […]

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You guys, I’ve written and re-written this post so many times. I have way too much to say about Photoshop for a single blog post, so here’s what I’ve narrowed it down to… Today’s post features curve model Natasha. She is “unconventionally” beautiful. My inspiration for this shoot came from the Aerie campaigns (they’ve stopped retouching […]

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 A little tattooed treat today – Mrs. A’s destination shoot in middle-of-nowhere Idaho:) Mrs. A and I had originally chatted about a shoot the last time I was in America, but logistically we just weren’t able to make it work. Needless to say I was delighted when we were able to find a date and […]

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It’s been such a manic spring that I’m just now getting around to blogging shoots from my recent trip to America, but let’s kick things off properly anyway. Today, a fab little lingerie test with Christabel and makeup artist Victoria in Brooklyn, NYC. Some clients can feel like they need to buy a bunch of […]

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America. I’m coming for yoooouuu! Shoot dates/locations are: SLC/IDAHO: 27th April – 1 May CHICAGO: 3rd – 4th May NYC : 5th May – 8th May Very limited spaces still available in CHICAGO and NYC. Custom packages and shorter shoots available. Models (straight and curve) looking for a portfolio refresh are also welcome:) I’d love […]

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Hello lovelies, meet C. She’s celebrating a big birthday this year, and her boudoir session was a treat to herself. We started the day with this strappy black bodysuit, which I loved. I’ve never seen one with that great plunging drape at the front. I wish I could remember where she said she found it. […]

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In honour of International Women’s Day, a few of my favourite things:This TEDx Talk by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. Why ARE we raising girls to compete amongst themselves for the attention of men?And this TED talk by Sheryl Sandberg, which has impacted my career in a big way (don’t leave before you leave!).And everything about Malala (and […]

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