Tuesday, 1 February 2011

École Boudoir

I had the pleasure of working with Julian Porter twice last week, merely one hour for each session, each covering two different looks.
The first session was a portfolio update, (not for me, for a client) the second, two days later was for a boudoir training day with Roger Griffiths, who is also an accomplished wedding and lifestyle photographer. Both sessions were split into a light set, a dark set and then a bit of a take on 'How To Look Good Naked.'
Jules and his wife Sue are lovely down-to-earth couple, dedicated to their business creating beautiful sensual images and photographing families and weddings.
Apologies for the sheer volume - I have literally only just got the DVD through the post in a big brown envelope and it's always hard to whittle down the numbers when you first see them because you love them all. Big brown envelopes are exciting as they can only mean one thing for me - PICTURES! :)
(Feel free to click on any image to view it full size)

Session 1:


Session 2:


  1. Thank you so much for posting these and the lovely write up, you were great to work with and we cant wait to see you again.

    Jules & Sue

  2. Roger Griffiths, Photographer1 February 2011 at 20:31

    Had a fantastic shoot with Cheryl who is absolutely stunning and such a pleasure to work with. She is highly professional yet so natural and poses beautifully. I can't recommend Cheryl highly enough and am looking forward to working with her again.