Boudoir Photography Toronto
Artistic Boudoir | Nude | Maternity & Portrait Photo Shoots
Katie Refling is a Toronto Boudoir Photographer specializing in artistic nude, boudoir, portrait and glamour photography. Her ability to draw out the unique allure and sensuality of her clients has brought her to the forefront of the exciting and intimate field of artistic nude and boudoir photography in Toronto and abroad. Female empowerment underscores Katie’s photography and it is this driving force in her photo shoots that has drawn media attention to her stunning body of work. Katie enjoyed a star turn as the photographer on the TV show How To Look Good Naked and coverage in numerous international magazines and publications, including People and Best Health. Her imaginative and distinctive style captures the spirit of the woman in the portrait and leaves a lasting impression that goes far beyond superficial beauty and sexuality.
Wondering who books their own nude and boudoir photoshoot?
Artistic Nude and Boudoir Photography
– You, The Beautiful Clients:
Katie Refling’s clients come from all walks of life (from all places too, not just Toronto) – from soon-to-be brides, to women celebrating 50, a major weight loss, an acceptance of how they look and feel or a new and exciting time in their life. From women needing a self-esteem boost or arriving at the studio because their partner gifted them with a boudoir photo shoot so they could see how sexy and beautiful they truly are, to women wanting to capture themselves in a way they can look back on and say, “Wow, I was hot!”.
Most importantly, Katie Refling’s nude and boudoir clients are not models (there isn’t one professional model in Katie’s portfolio), and for the most part, it is their first photo shoot. Nobody is perfect, we all have flaws and insecurities, but you’ve come to the photo shoot to embrace yourself and your body, from your jiggly bits to your best feature. As one of Katie’s first clients said, “Women should not be embarrassed or ashamed of their bodies but rather she should celebrate it.”