Posted by Deb Fuller on
I love when my boudie girls want to share their session. I’ve often said that we all have a story and so many of our stories are completely relatable. We are all on a journey of some sorts and we all have struggles, insecurities and fears. When we can talk about those struggles and fears, we are reminded that we are not alone. Women. We are so complex. We have so many layers. So many roles and responsibilities. Sometimes we tend to forget the sexy side. The soft side. We all have it! Just don’t forget to embrace it every so often. It’s just one part of our beautifully chaotic selves that needs to be celebrated.
In her own words:
Many years of being a tough, independent, physically capable girl; rebelling against the girly accouterments that were part of my childhood, and growing up with boys as friends instead of girls, made me into a tom boy. I needed to show myself that I was pretty and sexy and desirable without a man. Some rough relationships left me wondering what was wrong with me - years spent saving the sexy me for special occasions or that special someone. I needed to remind myself that I am that special someone who “sees” the sexy and desirable me, and that is who is the most important. My daily self has to be tough both physically and mentally owning a business, weight lifting, being competitive in sport, coaching athletes and driving people to push their limits; so its easy for me to forget this sexy girl and let her slip away. I need to let the soft side show more. I was hoping this could be the door that lets her walk out
I was definitely a little apprehensive about booking a session - I have never like being photographed, I am always too expressive when caught candidly lol. But I had checked out your work for over a year, watching your facebook page, and every photo I saw left me with a comfortable feeling, I was impressed by how beautiful and sexy all the women looked, how tasteful and artistic the pictures were.
During the session I felt strangely comfortable and I had a ton of fun! It was very liberating
The best part of the experience would have to be how enjoyable I found it. It was really fun, I laughed a lot I felt incredible when I left.
I am still amazed at how incredible the photos turned out. I keep thinking “wow, that’s really me”.
I am sorry if this comes across a bit erratic, I feel like I just vomited truth all over my key board lol - it is hard to put into words how I feel.