Updated: Jun 14, 2020
I do not photograph naked women.
I mean...I do, but when I think deeply about what I consider my duty to capture, the naked body doesn't come up at all.
I photograph the shift. The "a-ha" moment. The light bulb. I photograph those very ﬁrst few moments where you are exploring the meaning of your true beauty. Those moments where you've set aside all of your titles and expectations, and spent some precious time fostering the relationship you have with yourself. I photograph you accepting and celebrating your truth and your imperfectness. I photograph you challenging yourself to be vulnerable and raw, in front of a stranger.
I can't promise that you'll walk out of this experience and never again have a doubt about yourself, or that you'll never shake your ﬁst at your stretch marks again. What I can promise, is that you'll learn that you aren't drowning. That even though you may ride the hot-mess-express every day, life isn't about having it all together. That the number on the scale doesn't deﬁne your worth. That there is no high in this world like the one where you know you don't have to change to be beautiful. That if you want to change the very course of your self-love journey, you can.
You'll leave feeling undeniably beautiful and conﬁdent; two things you can use as a shield and wear like battle scars, because you paid dearly for them. You fought for them, you rose up for them, and you won.
I am available to capture your “a-ha” moment. Arthurellisphotography.com
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