I have been dying to share these photos for quite some time! The photography world has taken me so many places and has challenged me to really look at what kind of art I want to create. This photoshoot was a complete vision I've had for a long time that I got to see come to life and I'm blown away at what it has done for my heart. Creating beautiful photographs is not just my job, it's my passion. And just recently I've discovered how much I love capturing women...the strikingly insane beauty of women. I wanted to do a photoshoot that would be a glimpse into the kind of boudoir sessions I want to create, and I am so excited to capture more women in this way. A big thanks is in order for Brittany and Kendra who were the hair and make-up artists for this shoot, they will be doing other boudoir sessions with me as well. Also thank you Sam and Lindsey for volunteering your time and beautiful faces for this shoot! I feel so blessed. Creating something like this has been magical for me. Can't wait to create more.
If you read my last blog post, I've had quite the adventures in March. This post is part 2 of my stellar vacation, the first half was in San Diego and this half was in the city that literally never sleeps. Las Vegas isn't my favorite city...but as soon as I drive 30 minutes away from the lights...it becomes one of my favorite places on earth. The desert is a magical place. And the fact that thousands of photographers are gathering in the city at the same time for the WPPI conference makes it one big photography party. This was my second time visiting the exact same dirt and cacti filled oasis and I love it...oh I love it. Abbey, Lindsey, Brandon, and I tromped around the desert for 2 of the 4 days we were in the city and I wouldn't have wanted it any other way. Thank you Vegas...for having the desert so close by...it makes 4 photographers very happy :) Here are my favorite memories: GIANT margarita filled cups, Polaroids in the desert, my first and last time gambling, Lazers and Blazers (hundreds of photographers getting down on the dance floor), Jesse getting stuck in the net, I was a part of my first Harlem shake video, pizza in bed, poolside lounging, and meeting and catching up with so many amazing photographers. I will never forget any of it.