Before you share your story..
let me tell you mine..
My name is Sydney. I’m 25 years old, a self-taught natural light photographer, avid coffee drinker, adventure seeker and proud dog-mom.
I love shooting Boudoir! To me, it is more than just posing in your favorite pair of undies. It is about learning to love your body and becoming comfortable in your own skin all while SHINING BRIGHT like the beautiful diamond you are!
Here at B.B., we pride ourselves as seeing women for who they are - HUMANS!
I’m quite down to earth and witty.
I love random chats about life, traveling and creating art.
When we meet, I can promise you 2 things -
a confidence boost of a lifetime
beautiful photo memories that we’ll create together.
Why I Shoot Boudoir?
I, like many girls, have struggled with body image issues since I was about 18. Over the years, I changed my lifestyle so much due to moving, changing careers/college goals, & just living life in general. With all those changes came the hiccups of losing myself and the confidence I once had in high school and fresh into college. When I discovered boudoir back in 2020 (just before covid broke out - thank goodness!), I realized how amazing I felt after working with girls who were struggling just like I was. Boudoir is a way to connect with yourself and feel confident in your own skin. I did a lot of research and stalked a lot of Boudoir photographers around the nation to see what others were doing to help establish themselves and promote the idea with potential clients. I've since then taken the information I have learned and put it into my business to create an environment for the women I work with to feel Strong, Sexy and Confident in their bodies each and every day!
Simple vs. sexy
Over the last few years as I have been doing Boudoir photography, I have learned that Boudoir can be viewed as a very sexualized thing or it can be viewed as beautiful and empowering. I personally see it as something that is simple and worthy of doing. We as women often times get sexualized for the way we dress, wear our makeup or hair or even just by our body type. When I work with a client to figure out what direction they want their shoot to go in, I try to create a space where they're comfortable speaking on what they feel is sexy and simple to them. Boudoir should be more about your body as a whole and how you feel and look as a person rather than an object! It can still be sexy, but in a way that doesn't make you feel objectified or "too sexy". It's all about making sure you feel good in what you're wearing and doing!
Just remember, Sexy isn't a shape, it's an attitude!