Embrace and love your body, it is the most amazing thing you will ever own...
The time is now that we love and embrace every dimple, freckle, roll and whatever else society deems a flaw. Allow me to help you celebrate who you are right now with not just an awesome experience but amazing images and products that you can cherish for years to come. Embracing who we are as women and loving the body we are given can be hard, trust me I totally get it! I have looked in the mirror and not liked what I seen and I still tense up when my husband rubs that pudgy part of my back. Here is the thing we can love who we are now but still want to change it. Just because I want to lose 20 lbs doesn't mean I shouldn't love the body I am in at this moment. Stop for a second and think of all that your body goes through and what it can and has achieved? Are you as amazed as I am? Together let's capture the kick ass woman you are and reveal the confidence bursting inside of you, just waiting to shine through.
Real Women, Real Confidence, Real Sexy...
Meet AdeanaPhotographer and Makeup Artist
I am a proud military wife and fur mama currently residing in Okinawa, Japan. I started my boudoir career in 2015 as the protege for an amazing photographer in South Georgia who I can now say is one of my most treasured friends. I have diligently honed my craft as a boudoir exclusive photographer and I am so blessed this career found me. Being able to show the everyday woman how extraordinary they are is so rewarding. Feel free to message me today so we can create your dream session.
5% of every sale will go to Puppies Behind Bars"Act as what you do makes a difference. It does" - William James
This is an organization that my husband and I have personally supported for a couple years now and everything about it makes me smile. Puppies Behind Bars (PBB) trains prison inmates to raise service dogs for wounded war veterans and first responders, as well as explosive-detection canines for law enforcement. PBB programs bring the love and healing of dogs to hundreds of individuals every year. The dogs bring hope and pride to their raisers, and independence and security to those they serve.