When I first heard of Super Orange, I heard about how sold out everything always was because it was just that good. The owner is this rad person who travels from convention to convention selling limited edition wear and I was impressed as a fellow business owner. Disclaimer: I am in no way affiliated nor paid by Super Orange to “endorse” their products. Hell, I don’t even own any of the apparel yet because it just sells out that fast! Anyway, when Nora pitched the concept of a Pillow Princess Super Orange Photoshoot, I couldn’t say no… Hell, I even suggested throwing in a velvet Pentagram SKG harness just to spice it up.

Remember: This photo session is a part of the boudoir collection meaning that the subject may be a bit less clothed than you’re used to. (Click here to be reminded about what boudoir photography is all about..) Nora’s hair in this session was styled by the Shear King himself, Brandon Ivy.

Nora X Super Orange Photoshoot

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The Princess of Adorable

This was just a mini boudoir session but next month, Nora starts her adventure off modeling with Jasemine Denise Photography so you won’t be seeing the last of her! It’s funny to think our test session was one of the most adorable little sessions I’ve done to date. If you wanna see more of what this goddess is up to, follow her on Instagram because it has only just begun.

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You read that right! It’s your turn! Every few Fridays I’ll show off something I’m a fan of here at JDcom. I’ve fan girled about everything from fashion to books but I never dreamt that I would finally be something that other people can tangibly say they’re a fan of. Jasemine Denise Photography officially has a merch store where you’ll soon be able to buy prints, Polaroids and other awesome things but it already officially has its first preorder underway. Find out how you can get a limited edition piece of JDP history!

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Okay, okay. So Jasemine Denise Photography has been off the grid for a while. I’ve been dabbling in everything from learning about what it’s like to work with a hairstylist to whipping out the big guns and learning how to shoot studio work! As promised though, I have hopped in front of the camera, myself a few times!

Beautiful Dangerous

Rebel of this party
I’m in love with all your danger, danger
We can live forever
I can be your pagan angel, angel

Beautiful Dangerous

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You like it smooth like brandy
Savour the flavour with delight
You can be Sid, I’ll be Nancy
‘Cause sometimes it’s more fun to fight


Wait, don’t touch that dial!


This shoot is brought to you by two amazing artists that aren’t me! B Ivy Creations has been rocking my hair for over three months now. I couldn’t have made the magic without his excellent hairstyling and cutting ability. Follow him on Instagram and Facebook to see how he’s making people look even hotter, one day at a time.

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You guys know I love Shop Kinky Girl and for my birthday I found the Twilla Collar and the Rozella belt. So worth it. I’m going back for the Leona Harness next.  Andddd if you use the code “kgbabe”, you can get for 10% off  your first order. Go get you some and stay tuned because I’ve got something cooking up for you Kings and Queens.

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This is one of the proudest moments of my young life. So proud that I couldn’t just let it all out at once. It had to be split up into two different blog posts because I simply could not contain the awesome. It’s not everyday that I can say that I flew to a different country to do a wedding. It’s not very often that you can say that you met one of your “internet friends” either. The wedding of Trish Dilligaf and Jonathon Stellmaker, now formally known as Mr. and Mrs. Stellmaker marked a milestone in my life.

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Wedding Part One

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I have always been both a lover of love and weddings. As a child, my father was a Wedding DJ and I’d seen a lot of first “man and wife” kisses. He would always go above and beyond, even stealing his own dances with the bride’s mom and friends. I remember at the early age of four being so impressed. I never would’ve dreamt I’d be traveling in his footsteps.

I’ve known Trish, who you guys may recognize as the boss babe behind Trish’s Hoods, for years conversing and bonding over the internet. Canada always seemed like a long shot but we didn’t care. Two flights later, there I was seated in the car of her fiance anticipating an amazing trip.

Fast forward..

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We were T-Minus about three or four hours from her wedding and I had never seen a wedding party so calm. There was no hostility, or rushing around.. It was simply just joy and support for the bride’s big day.

Fast Forward again.. One hour before the wedding. Everyone was in the heat of the hustle. After the bride finished getting her makeup done, she immediately went to work helping other people. It was adorable. Trish Dilligaf - Canada Wedding Session Part One - Jasemine Denise Photography-17Trish Dilligaf - Canada Wedding Session Part One - Jasemine Denise Photography-9 Trish Dilligaf - Canada Wedding Session Part One - Jasemine Denise Photography-15 Trish Dilligaf - Canada Wedding Session Part One - Jasemine Denise Photography-16

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Dreamcatchers played such a huge part in the bride’s wedding. Each bridesmaid had their very own dreamcatcher accessory. Trish Dilligaf - Canada Wedding Session Part One - Jasemine Denise Photography-22

The groom’s mother even stopped in to check up on the party. She was glowing with pride and even held the mirror while her future daughter in law put the finishing touches on her own makeup.

Then came the final part of the wedding prep. The final moments before.. The moment that the bride was getting into her gorgeous dress. The thing that I absolutely loved about attending Trish’s wedding is that she had a team of gorgeous women behind her. These women were like her sisters; each and every one of them rushing to help her get into her dress.

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The icing on the top of this amazing wedding preparation was when Trish sat down in her chair and brought her official Wedding Doc Martens out.  Normally, everyone gets a fancy strappy shoe for the wedding day. Something diamond crested with a reminiscent of a Cinderella slipper. But she chose to lace up her white Doc Marten boots that she had refused to wear until her wedding day.


It’s officially time for Trish Dilligaf to become Mrs. Trish Stellmaker.

Part two coming soon…

Cleveland! Wow! Prior to late 2015, I had never been to Cleveland. As a photographer, I’ve been to a lot of places but Cleveland hadn’t made that list. The irony of that is that I’ve known a Cleveland resident for over almost ten years and no…. It isn’t Machine Gun Kelly. After waiting for what felt like forever, I finally stepped foot into The Land. I loved it so much that I had to turn it into a series. With the inspiration of my very own “Cleveland photography tour guide,” I’ll be taking trips back over there a couple times a year on a search for some inspiring vibes.

With all that being said,

Meet Kevin

Cleveland’s Very Own

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I’ve known Kevin, who is known to most by his moniker MC Kevis for far too long. To put a real number on it would be saying the least. We’ve been friends since MySpace was a “thing” and were always constantly getting grounded for long distance phone conversations that showed up on the landline bill for our grand/parents. Needless to say, I’ve known him forever.

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Kevin is the embodiment of the city of Cleveland. Hard-working, colorful, and a little rambunctious; he travels the city proudly and even has a few Cleveland tattoos of his own.

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I don’t want to give it all away so…

You need to stay tuned because The Cleveland series is coming soon, and you’re going to get a first look at some of the spots in The Land. Plus, you’ll get to see more of Kevin. Our tour guide has had a lot up his sleeve, including an abandoned underground wasteland and a daddy daughter date that will bring you to tears.

Coming up next in the Cleveland Series:

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You’ve heard of concrete jungle.. but have you ever explored one? Watch as Kevin, Ray, and I make our way into the underbelly of Cleveland.

Happy Mini Session Monday, Kings and Queens. I’d like to introduce you to Abby Tate. Abby iss just breaking out into the Chicago model scene but believe me, you’re not ready for the amount of slay she’s about to bring. The theme for this shoot was her idea and when she brought into it, I absolutely fell in love. She said mean, green, sunflower loving machine.

Chicago Model Abby Tate

Carefree Black Girl

Abby is a magnificent and charismatic young woman who is striving for success on so many different groundbreaking levels. With her down to earth personality and gorgeous smile; it’s almost impossible not to fall in love with her.  Her makeup in this shoot was done by MUAYV who you can check out on Facebook.

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I know what you’re thinking.. Tell me that she gets more carefree. If you’ve never met Abby, you haven’t witnessed the absolute beauty that is her smile. Don’t worry. I’ve got you covered.

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You know what I hate about mini sessions?

They end so soon! I don’t know about you, but I can honestly never get enough of Abby! So, if you’re like me and you need an extra daily dose, you should follow her on Instagram. Of course she’ll also be here again with another shoot with Jasemine Denise Photography so don’t forget to subscribe to the blog and check back for more updates!


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First off all… who am I kidding with this blog title? Every shoot I do is a punk photoshoot? Especially if Ray is the one behind the camera. He challenges me to put the unnnnn in punk! It’s worth noting that this is also not my shoot. I mean, it is.. but it was actually a break from shooting this Atlanta photographer Captain Wolficorn. He’s revamping his ClusterPunk brand and he came all the way up to Chicago to be shot by little old me. Believe me, I’m honored.

There are more dope pictures of me shooting all over the ground which I imagine I’ll probably end up posting somewhere some time soon. I get asked everyday if this is ‘seriously the way I dress’. The answer is clearly yes. I remember cutting the sleeves off a cheap leather jacket I got at a store on clearance the night before these pictures were taken saying to myself: “I have to look 80s moshpit hot.” Turns out.. I was right but I was also wrong. I was 80 degrees moshpit hot. You know the one I’m talking about?

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Told ya it wasn’t really a shoot. Just a couple pictures of me standing there looking “punk”. It was extremely hot and to be honest, I just wanted to get back to shooting but I was glad we took a moment to get these shots.

I of course included a looks collection for all the people who are curious to how they can get this look. As a half-broke photographer, I know the struggle of searching for clothes so I took the liberty of digitally capturing the look in ways that will help you get your own!

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Inevitably, when you’re a woman coming up in the boss babe world, everyone tells you that you have to read the book by Sophia Amoruso. You know the one I’m talking about. Girl Boss? I read it and there’s no denying that I vibe with it extremely heavy. It’s a motivational read but for me, it just wasn’t enough. See.. I come from a world of gritty, cruel and unfortunate proportions. My career has brought me to some places that most would be ashamed of. I’ve got some pretty cringe worthy stories. Of course table top books like Girl Boss do touch on these sort of things but I’m not a “put your high heel shoes on and keep your head up” type of gal. I’m a ‘Lace those combat boots up and trudge through the bullshit” type. I honestly thought I’d never find a book out there that was written for me. I was wrong. Along came Duff McKagan and Its so Easy. Guys, my prayers were answered. This Fan Friday is all about Duff McKagan’s novel “It’s So Easy and Other Lies.


Duff McKagan from…?

You’ve probably heard of Duff Beer. Yes, this is a Simpsons reference but it’s also the bassist of Guns N Roses. (Rumor has it, the brand on the Simpsons was actually inspired by the King of Beers himself!) If you haven’t noticed, I’m sort of obsessed with the band. Duff McKagan is the punk of the group, and has carried a great deal of his teenage “youth in revolt” standards into later life. Being an alternative lifestyle chick, very heavily influenced by punk ideals, you can only imagine excited I was to read about it!

What Does that have to do with Success?

Duff McKagan It's Not So easy- book review by Jasemine-DeniseThis book outlines Duff’s journey from an aspiring young Seattle punk to become one of the most successful bands in the industry. He touches on his childhood, his battles with his inner demons and his legendary journey from Seattle to LA. He talks about his influences generously and gives us an inside scoop on how drug usage affected him and everyone else around him.

I couldn’t put this book down. It’s an honest and well written interpretation of what it means to earn your fame. I felt like it should’ve been called Duff McKagan, the struggle of a lifetime. I read this whole book on the flight to Canada to shoot a wedding. A lot of things had came to pass before this trip departed and honestly my spirits weren’t that high. I bought Its So Easy on a whim knowing that I had a long flight ahead of me and if I hadn’t had to keep reminding myself that this was a real life persons account, I wouldn’t believe a word of it. It was that deep.
The main notion of this tale is that success ain’t easy. It’s actually a terrifying hike and much like true punk, not everyone’s down to ride or so Duff demonstrates when he recounts the transition between two former members and the arrival of Slash and Steven.

What did I learn?

Spoiler alert: Duff becomes a rock n roll hall of fame artist after many years of lessons but he can recall every hardship by date… Well unless he was heavily intoxicated but that’s not the point. He left behind some killer lessons.
So what Duff teach me that has me asking myself “What would Duff McKagan do in times of struggle?”
  • Keep your friends close and your connections closer. Duff played in a bunch of bands as he was growing up before he found Guns. It’s like having a lot of small jobs. He kept in communication with a lot of his past band members both over the phone and even having some of them visit his various places. He later utilized a lot of these people to help the band start its first small tour and had a huge welcome home party thrown for him.
  • Being broke doesn’t exactly mean you have nothing. His story of working as a cook in Black Angus is powerful. He tells us briefly that he often couldn’t afford food and was only given one employee meal a day. Oddly enough, he made that shit work and gives us two recipes I have bookmarked to try.
  • Cockroaches don’t bite. Though he meant it literally, this stood out as a metaphor for me. He was just satisfied to have his own place, and the cockroaches that surrounded his apartment won the war. Eventually, he focused his energies elsewhere. To me it means, sure you’re gonna have some ugly moments but that shouldn’t take your mind off the prize.
  • Not everyone is down to ride but those who do are ones worth keeping. When Guns went on their first small tour, they had to hitchhike from Los Angeles all the way to Seattle. Duff who was used to traveling in those conditions was psyched! It was the moment he realized that his bandmates were as devoted to the art has he was. That’s how he knew that was the company he wanted to keep. At one point, the band was sitting on the road waiting for a truck driver that they had hitched a ride from. They seemed silent and out of hope but Duff was proud nonetheless.. Those were his brothers.
  • Finally, life is precious. Duff talks about everything from fighting because that’s how he learned to cope to drinking ten bottles of wine a day until he was begging the nurse to kill him. He thought he was gonna die. He lived on a block that was more dangerous than half the south side of Chicago, but he’s still here. In the turning point of the novel, Duff begins to rediscover the man he lost when he started drinking heavily. He talks about how invigorating it was having his life on track. It’s motivating. He’s still here.

How does this all relate to business today?

He’s still here. Being part of a band heavily influenced even just partially by the punk community is a lot like being a business owner in your early years. You have no business plan, no rubric, and most of all no clients. You have to DIY your marketing materials, finagle your way into social media, and most of all build your brand with hope, faith and the ambition of where it all started. A lot of Duff’s “coworkers” aka old band members died of a heroine overdose. Mine simply backed out when times got rough! This book put a halt to my whining and really motivated me to remember where I started.

There is no glory without a story.

 I aspire to have a colorful story of how my determination brought my dreams to life. Duff taught me that no matter how rocky your past present and even your future can be, you can do it. You can build an empire out of dirt and inevitably have everything you ever wanted. All of that, with all the nitty gritty no one wants to really point out.
I urge anyone who wants a raw recollection of a success story, I urge you to read Its So Easy and Other Lies because the biggest truth Duff McKagan left me with is that it may not be easy, but it damn sure is worth it.

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What’s cooler than being cool? Audience answers: Ice cold! Me: Well, I mean that too.. but.. sigh The real answer was abandoned places in Illinois! This is the summer of exploration, and I’m taking you guys with me to every place we go. If you’re a young Chicago photographer, you’re probably on the same search I am…  Look no more. Subscribe to the blog because all summer, we’re gonna be giving you an inside look in a lot of the scenes.. not even just in Chicago.

Note: Some of the views expressed and shown in this adventure are not any indication of my beliefs or practice as a person. Don’t assume that just because I wear black and you see a pentagram on a random floor of a building I was in for an hour that I am a satanist. I’m not.

Abandoned Places In Illinois

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Old Joliet Prison

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Holy Ameritech! I think this really embodies why you’d be interested in abandoned buildings. You know all of those “she’s too young for you” memes? This falls under that one for sure. Trivia Question: What company did Ameritech merge with?

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My camera died simply because I was shooting and shooting the model at the same time. Of course abandoned places in Illinois don’t just have a spot where you can charge your batteries! Not a problem. Although I’m old fashion, I definitely whipped out my phone to capture the spiraling adventure up the stairs. It gets even crazier up there.

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Okay so maybe I’m not as into abandoned buildings as I’m leading you to believe. Maybe I was in this building because I was doing this really AWESOME photoshoot that I’ll be releasing to you guys Thursday. That doesn’t make a fraud does it? I hope not because if you come right back here Thursday afternoon, you’ll see the shoot that made this exploration so worth it!

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You know the feels are real when you don’t just wear a band tee but you make yourself a Guns N Roses bodysuit. Welcome to the JUNGLE BABY, you’re gonna DIY!  Okay that was a little corny but I can promise you that this photoshoot featuring a DIY Guns N Roses bodysuit I made myself is not. In celebration of the AXL/DC phenomenon, I couldn’t resist showing off my fan girl in style! If  you have no idea what AXL/DC is and you’re a GNR fan, check this Youtube link out and get with it! (and yes that is the full version. You’re welcome.)

Alright, you guys ready?

ClaustroDIY is a special edition of ClaustroClothic featuring an item I may have created myself. Keep in mind, I’m no professional. My DIYs are hand sewn and this one’s no exception.

ClaustroDiy: Guns N Roses Bodysuit

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How did I make it?

I bought the Guns and Roses from Target for about $14. I didn’t really shop around for bad ass GNR shirt because I didn’t want any pressure my first time. I wanted it to perfectly, and to be honest… It wasn’t easy. The leather trim is devised from an old pair of pants and I bought the studs from Michael’s. I had no set plan in stone for this. I just knew. Shirt. Bodysuit. Let’s do it. I remember like getting some paper from a sticky note and just started drawing it out, ideas, measurements, etc.

That’s something I’ve never really had to do in the past with making vests so this was a trial and error for me. Nonetheless, I drove like a bat out of hell to Target and picked up the first GNR shirt I could find promising myself that if it went well.. I would be back.

What was the hardest part?

The bottom of it. The only thing I regret is not trying to measure the most important part of the bodysuit. It’s a tussle with trying to make sure that the snaps are all aligned in a way that you can click it in comfortably. It also is note-worthy that if you’re body shy like me, it’s a real struggle to try to figure out how much butt is too much butt. I watched a lot of tutorials before just deciding to wing it, so I know that next time I do yet another Guns N’ Roses Bodysuit, I’m gonna eye my measurements.

I also sewed myself into the suit and had to cut myself out of it. Don’t ask.DIY Guns and Roses Body Suit - Jasemine Denise - Afropunk-4DIY Guns and Roses Body Suit - Jasemine Denise - Afropunk-5

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Where / How would I wear this?

Uh.. where wouldn’t you?! Okay, let’s not not get too cheeky. A bodysuit can attract the wrong types of crowds although I’d wear it to a concert of a festival. The summer’s coming up and it’s getting to a point where it is perfectly okay to wear something comfortable. Unfortunately, not all spots allow such delicacies so it can be paired with a dope pair of shorts and a leather jacket. (Jacket is optional but the shorts make this look)

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AND, if you’re a fly girl… Get your nails did. Mine were done up all fancy that way by Saint Mortis, who is now working on very creative nails here in Chicago. So if you live here and you ask her nicely enough, she might hook you up!

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Which is my favorite Guns member?

I’m a sucker for the original band. Like the original before Steven wasn’t the drummer anymore. Admittedly, Duff is swoon worthy but Slash is what I really came into the band-dom (Like fandom but more fancier) for. I stayed for Axl. I know everyone has their differences with him but I just can’t get over the way he can make his voice sound like the missing link you’ve been searching your whole life for.

Where can I get one of these?

I swear that eventually I’m going to open a store of original designs but right now.. I can tell you that you are going to need two sew on snaps,  your own band tee, at least 50 studs (I used about 50 nailhead studs) and whatever else you want to make it fancy. If you specifically want a Guns N Roses bodysuit, feel free to click the ish below and GET YOU SOME!