Lavender, sunsets and boudoir

This summer, I had the wonderful opportunity to return to France (fun fact, I studied here in college) to take part in my best friend’s dream wedding. Although I have been to France several times throughout my life, this was the first time that I was able to see the lavender fields in full bloom and I was determined to shoot some boudoir in them. The challenge was, all of the fields are privately owned and most of them are in very public locations. However, while at the church (you can see it way back in the distance on top of the hill), I was able to scout out a small lavender field off of a dirt road so hubby and I ventured down to see what we could see.

It was an absolute dream! And although I didn’t have a model with me, I didn’t let that stop me! I positioned the camera, set the setting, told the hubs exactly where to stand (for the most part) and dropped trou (or dress, in this case).

What a fun and exhilarating experience. I can check that one off the bucket list!

Lavender
Lavender boudoir

A fine art creative outlet

As much as I adore photographing my clients in my Tarpon Springs studio, sometimes I need to step outside of my box and out of my comfort zone to get the creative juices flowing again.

So here we are, in the middle of the woods, sweating and getting bit by mosquitos and loving every minute of this gorgeous fine art nude session.

I’m also very proud and excited to announce that this series will be published in next month’s nude issue of “Solis Magazine”!

Fine art nude
Fine art nude
Fine art nude
Fine art nude
Fine art nude