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.
Imagine a bass guitar, a room above More Light Photography studio and a rock and roll queen. Saint Mortis returns for not her first, not second, but third JDP session. This time, she takes us into an room where she brings both the light and the rock and roll. All hail the Queen.
Note to the Reader: This isn’t the first time we’ve been in More Light Photography‘s studio either. Remember when we took John there for a day in the life of What He Wears?
Let’s Follow Saint Mortis.
There’s a new series of photos arriving at JDcom and the section shows off the art of boudoir photography. Now, I am by no means a boudoir photographer and I’m definitely not a boudoir model. (You’ve seen me try though, right?) Anyway, I have been waiting for almost a full year to start releasing this series but I wanted to answer some questions first for my fellow photographers. If you’re thinking about trying it, don’t hesitate. Corrine was the one who inspired me. Continue Reading
Passion is not transparent.
There aren’t too many sessions that I get genuinely emotional about but this one is one of them. When I announced my first boudoir session booking ever, Saint was one of the first women to respond. She was eager and being a modeling duo alongside her boyfriend, she wanted to share this first with him. Truthfully, I didn’t know what to expect hosting a Chicago boudoir session. I wanted everyone to feel comfortable. Kage was a bit uneasy and naturally, I suggested backing out immediately. Yet, he said no. He wanted to share this with his girlfriend.