I really stared embracing womanhood through photography post pregnancy. At first I found it really hard to adjust to the changes in my body and my more ‘voluptuous/curvier’ figure. I decided I needed to start embracing my sensuality and get back in touch with my body and sexy photoshoots helped me achieve this. Seeing beautiful/sensual photos of myself creates an empowering experience of knowing I am beautiful just as I am.
My goal is to inspire other women to get used to being themselves by embracing their sensuality. It is an incredible way to break through that discomfort and turn it into a powerful feeling of being good enough. I want women to wear what makes them feel good, and for me it’s lingerie. It makes me feel confident, sexy, and liberated.
The perfect quote to sum this up is
“It’s not about seducing men, it’s about embracing womanhood” - Dita Von Teese
Seid so wie ihr schon immer mal sein wolltet. Das kann euch keiner übel nehmen vor der Kamera und das braucht euch auch nicht peinlich sein.
Aber Man darf seine Träume nie aufgeben! Auch wenn man das Gefühl hat sie werden nie war. Aber wenn man darum kämpft, wird man irgendwann dafür belohnt.
Be as you always wanted to be. Nobody can blame you for being a model and you do not need to be embarrassed.
You must never give up on your dreams! Even if you have the feeling that you will not make it. But if you fight for it, you will eventually be rewarded.
Lingerie art is about empowerment through poses and settings and the way the photographer shoots it, it can be anything you want it to be
My advice to anyone who is currently feeling low about their body is that nobody is telling you you can’t become whatever you want to be. I personally think body-shaming is getting lower nowadays, in high school you may get nasty comments but that’s only because that person hasn’t matured or grown-up yet to see that beauty is literally all in the personality, it’s your personality that defines you not your looks. I was the same, never had an ounce of confidence, never have and still don’t wear much makeup, bullied in school for being far too skinny yet everyone decided to ignore the fact I was champion cross country runner that did 12 miles training 5 days a week so of course there was nothing to me but the main thing I’ve learned is that as long as you love yourself and have supportive friends and family around you, nothing will ever stop you :)