In 10+ years I have been blessed to work with women that have come to celebrate stages of their lives preparing for exciting new adventures, I have also worked with women saying goodbye to intimate relationships and trying to find themselves.
This journey I suppose started for me long ago. I always felt a sense of myself as a woman, but as life often gets hectic, women's bodies change. The journey for all women is different, but what is similar is that we all want to feel beautiful, desired and wanted. The thing is this, you think you want those things from others, but truly it is that you want that from yourself when you look in the mirror. Day to day we don't often see our individual beauty. The beauty of boudoir is having someone else bring all of those things to you whether it's bringing it back again, or for the first time.
Roosh is a member of the Association of International Boudoir Photographers and Do More Photographers. She has been featured in AIBP as a featured photographer and Boudoir Culture Magazine as well as featured in many print and online publications.
I have been honored to capture the last moments of many women's bodies before their cancer treatment journey. I have been so blessed that my clients have chosen to trust me to give them what they want and need in the different stages of their lives as women. At the end of the day, my clients have gotten the photos and memories they have wanted, but when you do what I do for so long, you see past that and see what joy boudoir brings to these women for all of their different reasons.
Any, I don’t discriminate!
Sushi = LOVE.
I had 3 kids in 14 months!
White & pink