Somebody asked me what my unique selling point was the other day on a call. I think at the time I gave some waffle answer, but I've had a few days to consider. In those few days I've also had a few shoots, and organised a few shoots. So what is it ...
It is that I shoot from a home studio ... where literally every square inch has been used ?
Is it that I love what I do so much... I am after all an artist ?
Is it that it's just as easy for me to shoot in your location
It's quite easy to get lost and caught up in many things at the beginning of a year. One of them is resolutions. We won't get into the good and the bad, if you think they are a good thing or a bad, or if you love or hate them. Call them resolutions, call the goals, call them principles... I'm not sure I mind but one thing is for certain ... it's a good idea to sit, take stock and draw a line in the sand, especially for your business. If you think new year is a good idea fo
There's no denying it ... having your photo taken is nerve wracking enough but to have a boudoir photo session that's on a different level. So how do we hack the confidence for you ? Give you the inner strength to be there and enjoy it ? 1. Be a part of the journey Each and every session I shoot is unique for you. The easiest way to be confident on the day is to take control at the early stages, decide what it is you want to shoot, how you want to shoot it and shake off th
Here's to the new year ... 2020 is 366 days of fresh starts, early rises and who knows how many challenges. Many of us start the year with resolutions, plans, ways to maybe make a change. May be you have a bucket list, a bunch of things to do as time ticks by. Maybe ... well maybe add a boudior photoshoot to the list for 2020, who knows what may happen. Here's to an amazing 2020 whatever you plan ...