Ep. 2: Making Boudie Friends (and Bloopers)

As a boudoir photographer, are you more of a bubble-dwelling hermit, or are you a social (media) butterfly? On this week’s episode, Jamie and Courtney discuss their differences in this area, and how they ultimately agree that networking is a good thing, even if it’s easier for some (ahem…Jamie) than others. To help prove their point, the Girls interviewed three amazing boudoir photographers, Elizabeth Zimmerman, Jen Swedhin, and Tamara Paskey-Alexander, who all live in different cities, but met through social networking and subsequently formed a friendship so strong that not only do they now help each other out professionally, but they recently got matching tattoos!

Oh! And there are some pretty funny “Boudie Bloopers” at the end of this episode, which could potentially become a regular segment of Boudie Talk if Jamie and Courtney can’t get their shit together…

Until next time…
XoXo – The Adore Girls

***Views expressed in interviews by others in this podcast do not reflect the views of The Adore Girls***

Show Notes:

The Adore Girls, Nashville TN
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Elizabeth Zimmermann – Torrid Boudoir, Austin Texas
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Tamara Paskey – Paskey Boudoir, Dallas Texas
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Jen Swedhin – Jen Swedhin Photography
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Jen Swedhin – Jen Gets Shit Done (Retouching)
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AIBP – Association of International Boudoir Photographers
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WPPI

Podcast music written and produced by Courtney Bell of The Adore Girls.
Song title is Bounce.
You can purchase Bounce and other royalty-free music written exclusively for Boudoir at theadoregirls.com/musicshop

Ep 1: The Revolution Begins!

Check, check…is this thing on? Hey, everyone! Welcome to the very first episode of Boudie Talk, a podcast that focuses (pun intended) on boudoir photography! We are your hosts, photographer/business owner, Jamie Pfister, and photographer/videographer, Courtney Bell (aka The Adore Girls).

Our studio assistant/co-founder/set designer, Lindsey Gregory, joins us in the studio today to help give a general run-down about what boudoir photography is (for those of you who are unfamiliar) and explain why we’ve decided to start an entire podcast about this genre of photography. Of course, we go off on a million tangents along the way (typical), and we may have even invented a drinking game in the process, but hopefully we’ll get our points across when it’s all said and done.

So, pour yourself a mimosa, sit back, and enjoy our very first episode of Boudie Talk! (Just please don’t judge the technical quality of our audio or our sometimes tongue-tied hosting skills too harshly. We promise, it will get better!)

XoXo- The Adore Girls

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***Views expressed in interviews by others in this podcast do not reflect the views of The Adore Girls***

Show Notes:

Mentioned Photographers –

Lindsey Gregory – Lucid Linds Photography
Lucidlinds.com
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Natalie Kita Boudoir
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Kelly Stafford with The Boudoir Belle
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Ewan Phelan
Do More. Wear Less / Do More Photographers
Do More Photographers Facebook Group
Do More Forum

Podcast music written and produced by Courtney Bell of The Adore Girls.
Song title is Bounce.
You can purchase Bounce and other royalty-free music written exclusively for Boudoir at theadoregirls.com/musicshop