When the Queen locks eyes with you, what will you do?
A few more boudoir portraits left in this fantasy set, what more is there to see?
The next photoshoot has us back to sultry blues….which is your favorite?
This gorgeous shoot was so much fun, and saw itself captured with the DSLR as well as with the selfie-style shoots!
Do you like the new way to censor? I’m not certain if I prefer the black bar or flower petals/other shapes to block out the ‘nudity’ that’s unwelcome on many social media sites!
What do you think? Which kind of censor is intriguing but not too naughty? Social media safe but not too distracting?
Is there even such a thing as un-destracting censoring?
How do you navigate censoring your own work, and what are your thoughts about it?
This shoot was so much fun to do, and turned into quite a few shoots for Only Fans, the blog here, and of course the portfolio!
The makeup was quite a fun project, but took a bit more time than usual.
What’s your favorite way to experiment?
Do you take baby steps or go all-in?
Step into the Shadows and get an uncensored print!
A new year will bring new shoots in the studio, but there are still a few nudes and boudoir portraits from the last set!
Lots of red in the portraits lately, and I’m excited to get more blues and silvers in the studio!
Reds are passion, blues… thoughtfulness and mystery, silver is strength and uniqueness.
The colors we use in our art are to not only inspire, but to carry across a mood. What mood are we feeling?
What would you like to see more of? What colors stir your soul and inspire your heart?
~~ Another year in the studio comes to a close! ~~
What demons have you slayed this year? Made peace with?
What are you going to tackle in 2020?
This past year brought great strides in self-love and body-positivity, indispensable to any artist and lover of life, and definitely necessary for myself as a genderqueer soul.
It also saw the start of several businesses, practices and passions, because WHY WAIT?
The new year in the photo studio is going to bring even more handmade couture, portraits, makeup and artistry.
Who’s excited for the new year?
This gorgeous Yule Headdress and more are available in the shop!
Details: Headdress: Handmade
Makeup featuring: Physicians Formula, Wet n Wild
A darker, more sultry spin on a goddess…or demon of Yule.
The darkest day of the year is nearing, and the fire and passion of life will soon by returning.
What darkness have you been walking with this season? What passion have you been waiting to return?
What light will you create this year?
What fires would you like to set?
This year is coming to a close, and I’ve been thinking about the same thing as always.
Start dancing now. Modeling now. Cooking now. Crafting now. Photographing now.
Whatever it is you want to do, and what you want your life to be…
We don’t become ‘ready’ by waiting around, dreaming, or even practicing on a small scale.
We become ‘ready’ by starting where we are, learning through action, and by acting big to match our big dreams.
Just as in working out, we get strong by stretching ourselves and pushing our limits.
So, even before the new year:
Get that starter lens. Play with makeup. Dance and push your limits. Open your shop. Submit to galleries.
Chase your dreams and take them.
This is often the time of year that’s the hardest.
The sky is dark, the weather is cold, energy drops, and the holidays are in the air. It’s often a heavy season that could benefit from more kindness, love, and creation.
But as much as we try to keep creating, being the best, and on be one the move every moment of the day, we need to remember to rest.
The harder seasons are possibly the best times of year for us to relearn how to slow down.
How do you keep your spiritual creativity going?
How do you push through the lulls in the season?
What soft gothic beauties have you been dying to embody?
What glow have you been bringing into your life?
What delicate details have you been weaving into your day to day?
Sometimes the best things we can bring into our lives are the things we make habit, bit by bit, and with small changes we make every day.
Positive change has momentum.
So let’s keep creating art and build beauty into our daily lives.