Boudoir is for Lovers
I crave alone time. I feel an inner clock that ticks away and then suddenly, ring. The alarm lets me know that I need time to myself. At this point I contrive a situation where I am alone, left to my own devices.
Sometimes it happens that alone time comes in the form of a trip to somewhere or the other. Sometimes it is just for a coffee at the Paris Baguette down the road. I become giddy thinking about the "me time." Hours, or sometimes minutes, into solo dude time I understand that the word missus really means miss-US (That being the lamest sentence I ever wrote).
Most couples can choose when they enjoy time together and when they spend time apart. It is hard to imagine what it would be like to live apart from my wife because of an occupation. Distance erodes most relationships and it takes strong couples to hold it together.
Considering this, I was excited to receive a request to work for a couple whose situation is not unique, far more common than you would expect. One is far, continents away, doing what they have to do to force the ends to meet for the greater benefit of the WE. What better way to decrease the distance between the two than to deliver a set of images that would remind each other of those quiet moments together?
The rest of the pictures from this boudoir photography set? You will never see them. Want a special set for or with your significant? Get in touch. today to reserve your intimate portraiture session.
Award winning photographer based in Tokyo, Japan. Specializing in portrait photography, he shoots a variety of portraiture, editorial, event, and commercial photography assignments. Andy is a husband, father, and lover of fried food.