The beauty of simplicity is something I’m always searching for.

I’ve now been shooting boudoir photography for 10 years and with every year I learn more, new styles emerge, old falls away, skills are honed, and inspiration is always fluttering at my door.

I’ve never been one of those photographers that feels like I need a lot props in my photos. I gravitate to clean, interesting lines and try and stay away from anything that takes too much away from the the most important thing, my subject.

I think with the right lighting, style, posing, and composition you can create interest, power, and allure without much. I think that’s always been my goal, to say a lot with a little. Less in this line of business is definitely more, at least it is to me.

Don’t get me wrong, I love to mix it up with lavish locations and I’ll never say no to an adventure, but on my day to day, I like to push myself to find the  beauty of simplicity  in the things I look at everyday and find a new way to photograph it. I think that’s where my true creativity emerges. I love the realization when I find a new ways of seeing something I’ve shot a 100 times, and I think to myself how did I not see that before.