If only I could use this instead of boudoir. It has such a nicer ring to it. Truth be told, I’m not a huge fan of the word boudoir.
I have a hard time saying I’m a boudoir photographer. Honestly it just sounds a little cheese balls. I know you probably think I’m crazy and you are probably asking why on earth would I call my business boudoir los angeles, If I hated the word. Well people, it’s all about seo! This is what people search and if I want to get to the front page of google, the name of your site matters a lot.
I prefer to use the term Editorial Intimates, because that is what I do. I am not your average boudoir photographer. I am unique, my work is unique and if you have searched the internet for boudoir photography you should understand what I am talking about. There is some really horrible, tacky, and just strait up bad shit out there and that is what most people think of that when you say the word boudoir. I’m not being mean, I’m just being honest.
My editorial Intimates are tasteful, modern and edgy. I’m always pushing the envelope of what I do and because I have a very strong education in photography, so my expectations are very high. I want to be the best at what I do and I’m looking for ways to grow as an artist everyday. My inspiration is Ellen Von Unwurth, Sarah Moon, Lillian Bassman, Mario Testino, and Irving Penn, just to name a few. I look at iconic work and model my work after the greats. When I look back at my work 20, 30, 60 years from now, I don’t want it to look like it’s gone out of style. Classic work never will!
My goal here with boudoir los angeles is to bring awareness to the term editorial intimates as a new type of intimate photography and I want to be the leader!