I had to get in front of the lens. I had to experience this like my clients. I needed time to grow, fight, beat the demons, learn how to handle the darker days and heal. I had to believe in myself the way I strive to convince you all of. My old blog had my story showcased over the course of three years, with my photos attached to a story of where I was in my journey. I assure you, I will share this again here on the new blog eventually again, I just need some time, so bare with me as you're getting just a glimpse into that period in time. Some of you may have been there through it all and have cheered me on as I grew stronger and are still with me today, I thank you for that, you mean more to me than you'll ever know.
Throughout the years, la femme has evolved. It began as an eclectic spin to traditional boudoir. However, after careful consideration, dKol la femme was launched in 2013.
You come to la femme to feel empowered, to find pieces of you that you actually like, it's healing, it builds confidence, it allows for you to feel whole after battling with demons. It isn't about posing like a model, it isn't about lingerie, make-up and doing it for your significant other, it isn't dirty, and defintely it isn't soft porn. la femme is for YOU.
What is confidence and empowerment and how does it affect YOU. You, as in the generalized you, the one that isn't gender specific. This newer version is intended to showcase equality as in a common language and occurrence. I want to photograph him, just as much as her, with the same values la femme has and translate it visually in a similar way.
How can dKol create a genderless la femme? The message would remain the same as well as the intended outcome. Do you see the vision and can you relate to the outcome? Stay tuned.