I am pretty darn excited for today’s post!!! It felt amazing to get such incredible feedback from my post about how I got started in wedding photography (thank you so much to all of you who commented and messaged me) – I didn’t think my business would inspire people as it has but I feel blessed to be in a position to share my story. So today I decided to share a bit more about my photography studio and how that came about! Soon after I started wedding photography, I began photographing beauty and boudoir photography for women. It was a natural addition to my business as I found myself drawn to my wonderful brides and how beautiful I made them feel through my images. And so I created a separate beauty and boudoir photography business called Je T’aime Beauty.
In 2011, I got the keys to my own photography studio in Costa Mesa, CA! It was so exciting (but definitely stressful and scary) to fulfill a dream of opening a studio where I could meet and inspire my wedding clients as well as create a beautiful, glamorous space for all of my beauty and boudoir portraits. I somehow turned what you see in this before pic below to a space that is now modern, fresh and romantic – all reflective of my photography and personal style.
I am even more honored that my studio was featured today on one of my favorite blogs, STYLE ME PRETTY! Check out the post to see the photographs as well an interview where I discuss my decor inspiration and some photography tips. I hope you enjoy some insight into my work and feel just a lil’ bit inspired!
Photography – Jason Huang and Kim Le Photography
Pink Blazer – Old from H&M find similar HERE, HERE and HERE
Black Tank – Topshop find it HERE
Pants – J.Crew find it HERE
Shoes – Christian Louboutin find it HERE
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This is so wonderful babe, I’m so happy to see the culmination of all your success. Love!
Love love love this!!! Can I ask where you got that adorable white pitcher vase with the roses in it on the bar cart? So cute! Again, great post!
Your studio is gorgeous! So shabby chic! Congratulations on the feature as well. 🙂