Bettie Page Inspired Boudoir Photoshoot | Artist Burnout

Artist burnout is real.

And to be honest, sometimes our response is to work even harder.

Take time to rest.

And when you start making art again, try something different.

Slightly new, or wildly different from the art you usually create.

Try a new technique, a different strategy, use different tools. Get your heart excited again.

How do you bounce back after creative burnout?

Santa Baby | Elf on the Shelf Boudoir Photoshoot | OnlyFans Teasers

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Just in time for the Holidays!

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This lingerie boudoir photoshoot features a sweet Santa Baby and an Elf on the Shelf and this entire, exclusive shoot starts to drop on the BlessedShadows OnlyFans!

This set features so many outfits, it’s a wonderful way to make the most of a fantasy photoshoot.

What’s your favorite way to make the most of your studio shoots? Makeup changes? Outfits changes?

Drop a like and comment, and don’t forget to support small businesses for the holidays!

Wardrobe Couture | Labradorite Ear Hangers

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These stunning labradorite ear hangers just arrived and I am in love with them!

These gorgeously wire wrapped gems are from my new favorite shop, Jewel of Bastet, and I can’t wait to grow my collection 🌙


Getting new pieces is always exciting, and it comes with a little touch of anxiety.

Any photographer wants to do justice to the artists featured in a work, be it the model, makeup artist, designer and assistants.

What’s the best way to beat the procrastination?

Just start shooting.

As photographers and models, we already know that not every shot in a photoshoot is perfect.

Out of 250 files, maybe only 5 are chosen to share.

Let’s keep this in mind as we curate our wardrobes and collections, and truly appreciate our items by getting started shooting!

Do you tend to start procrastinating when you get new items in the wardrobe? How do you beat yours?

Independent, Slow Fashion | Dope Mystic & Charli Chaos Clothes

I can’t really express how much I love these two designers’ work. I’m fortunate to have a collection of work by Dope Mystic, and I’m just starting my collection from Charli Chaos Clothes.

I’m a huge thrifting fan, but I also love taking that money saved and using it to buy slow fashion pieces from my favorite independent designers.

It can be hard to find favorites that are ethical choices, serve the community, and also can survive working life in the studio.

And to be fairly honest, I can’t get out of these clothes,they’re so comfy and beautiful.

And these jewelry designs pair so well with my wardrobe.

Who are your favorite slow fashion designers?

Drop their shop names and links!