There is something that happens...

at almost every boudoir session I shoot, and I bet you could guess what it is within three tries. Many of my clients — no matter how beautiful each and every single one of them is — says something negative about themselves at some point in the process. Even though I understand why it happens (hello marketing and social media), it bums me out every single time.

candid photo of a person with medium length dyed hair and many tattoos on a bed

Today, I’m challenging you

to stop the body comparison game, and to do your best to be kind to yourself. Your body is incredible, you are stunning, and there’s not a single person out there like you so what’s the point of comparing in the first place? Starting today, take five minutes every day to write down one thing something positive about your physical self, and one thing positive about your non-physical self. It takes work to build ourselves up and to stop the comparison game, but it can be done and it can be transformative! 

moody photo of a person with bold red lipstick and a pearl and gold body chain covering their breasts
moody photo of a dark haired person wearing a gold and pearl body chain looking towards the camera