What do you do for a living? Feel free to share why you do this, what lead you to it, why you love it and if you have other things you are working towards. I work as a barista. I am choosing to do this to help bring in money for my family until my daughter is older. I have been doing it for the past 6 years, so I am very comfortable with it. Having a talent that helps brighten people’s day is wonderful. The job is also very flexible so it doesn’t take away from time with my family.
Did you have any fears about boudoir photography going into your session? I didn’t have any fears. I had done one boudoir shoot previously, and I am pretty comfortable in my skin.
What was the best part about your experience? I really liked that the “rope guy” taught my husband how to do it, and that my husband was able to be there with me during the shoot.
What were you feeling and/or thinking when you first saw your photographs? Wow! These are stunning.
Any advice you would give to other women hen thinking about their own boudoir session? Just go for it! You are beautiful and deserve to see it.
What products did you order and what did you think about them when you received them? I got a large metal hanging, a couple prints, and a photo book. All turned out absolutely stunning. The photo book is such.l beautiful quality and came in an adorable ribbon wrapped protective bag.
How did you like working with Ayla? Working with Ayla was great. She was very professional and was good a directing how she wanted the shoot to go.