Q&A about boudoir and dudeoir photography


Is the photoshoot 100% private?

Yes, 100% privacy is key and very important to me. On the shoot there is only me and you in the studio, no one else can enter during the session, unless you have come as a couple, or you have asked to bring someone along with you.

How do I book the shoot?

Please click Contact Me on the main page and either call me directly or email me via the link.

Will you be photographing me?

Yes, I will photograph anyone regardless of gender, colour, sexual preference or size.

Is there an age limit?

Yes, due to the nature of the boudoir images, you must be 18 years of age or above, there is no upper age limit.

Do I have to get naked?

Absolutely not! This is your session and you are free to do what you are comfortable with. If you would prefer not to get naked then that is totally ok.

You can always change your mind on a session if you wish, I am very flexible with requests and there are very few rules.

Are boudoir sessions only for women?

Not at all, men have started to catch on to this trend of photography and are wanting to be part of it.

I specialise in male black and white photography, which is very sensual, artistic and seductive when taking male boudoir images.

Do you publish the pictures from the shoot?

I only use the pictures for my portfolio and website gallery if I am given consent to do so from the client.

Privacy is of utmost importance to me, so unless I have permission, I will keep our session 100% private.

How will I prepare for the shoot?

We will chat verbally over the phone, in person or via emails, about what you want to do on your shoot, I will then recommend what kind of clothing to bring and how much. Otherwise come clean and fresh and as relaxed as you possibly can be. With men, I do not recommend shaving body hair immediately before a shoot as it tends to create pimples. It is best to shave/trim at least three days before the session.

Do you only do boudoir sessions in the studio?

With its privacy and lighting the studio is the best setting for this type of images.

However, if you know of a suitable location that you would like to use, or even your own home, then I am more than happy to accommodate your request.