Hi, I am Angela

NYC Boudoir Photography expert and your future bestie! When I am not doing boudoir sessions here in NYC, I am probably drinking coffee or eating donuts. If you follow me on any of my social media accounts, then you can probably tell I love donuts! Like...I literally love them. Fun fact: if you google donut boudoir, my website and photos come up!

I live in Brooklyn with my husband Eddie and our two cats Thomas and Chibs! Eddie and I have a separate brand where we do weddings and elopements together! We only do a few a year, however it is fun getting to do what you love with the one you love!

I am a huge supporter and ally to the lgbtq+ community.


And everyone I work with, makeup/hairstylists etc. all share the same beliefs. This is incredibly important to me and my business.


The Bad Babes Process

Get in touch

Fill out my contact form here and tell me a little about what you are looking for! You can either chose email or text, and that is how I will reach out to you!


Have a quick video chat

This is a crucial part in my process! We will set up a time to chat, and this is where I will explain in detail how my sessions work. I will also go over all my pricing and products at this time as well! I want you to know EVERYTHING before you book a session with me! I will also send over my prep guide for you to have to ensure you are FULLY prepped and ready! If you want to skip filling out the form and go right to scheduling a video chat, click the button below!


Book your session!

Once we pick a date and you pay your $295 session fee, you are officially booked! You can join my Facebook group, and be a part of the VIP group to get insight from other Bad Babes on what to wear if you are having trouble deciding!




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Not only are these sessions incredibly empowering they are SO FUN.

Don't know what to do with your hands? I GOT YOU! The only thing you have to do is show up and I will take care of the rest!

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