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Hi, I'm Lynn

Mom, wife, writer, belly-button gazer, avid reader, aficionado of zombie apocalypse stories, sushi lover and photographer. You probably want to know a little about me before I see you naked (or mostly so).

One great way to know me in real time is to follow me on Instagram and watch my stories. That said ...

The first thing to know about me

I just want women to love themselves. Including me.
— Me

This is the reason why I'm a boudoir photographer. I know that having gorgeous photos that show you that you are beautiful and desirable can be a little life-changing. How do I know this? Because I've watched my clients transform, and I've done 6 (six!!) boudoir sessions myself. I hate it when women pick themselves apart. I get sad when women don't think they're pretty, or sexy, or f*ckable. I hear these things and I want to put my hands on your shoulders and shake you and yell LET ME SHOW YOU THAT YOU ARE ALL OF THESE THINGS! I don't because I enjoy my freedom. Still.

Also, you should know this about me

You are safe with me. I understand all the things.
— Me

I've been through all of the stuff (marriage, divorce, childbirth, moving, quitting jobs, losing jobs, starting businesses, living in sin, getting cancer, getting fatter, getting older, teenagers, adult acne, aging parents, mental illness, sagging boobs, gray hairs, getting called ma'am ...) so I GET YOU (fears and all). I've photographed hundreds of women since I opened my doors in 2011, and so I've seen all the stuff too. You are safe with me.

Me as a Person

These photos say a lot about me. 

before I was a photographer ...

I had a long career in journalism and healthcare communications. My last gig: communications director at the University of Colorado Cancer Center. I majored in journalism and creative writing.

In 2011, I opened my business part time. My family bought a house that would allow me to have a private, professional studio built.  I jumped from my corporate life in 2012 (on Leap Day!). I became a novice for the first time since I was a teenager. SCARY. 

Now, I've had a successful, professional boudoir studio since 2011. I'm proud of how far I've come. I never thought I could run an actual company with profit + loss statements and marketing and stuff. But here I am!