Re-enchant your life.
Since 2004, Lolo’s Boudoir has been offering women liberation and self-discovery though photo play, writing, story salons and creative retreats. In the boudoir, you may dress up, dress down, drop the metaphorical corset, get down with the untamed, dance with your desire and meet yourself in the mirrors of your imagination. Here you are free to be who you are and wish to be(come).
We dwell in permission, possibility and play.
Our aim is your awakening – to your skin, your heart, your strength, your freedom. Give your inner life and symbols expression. Bring curiosity and a sense of adventure. Expect to feel, laugh, blush & take leaps.
We make art of and for you.
Embody book launch in USA May 4th book. More info @ lonemorch.com
Stepping in front of the camera stirred old hurts and humiliations, and helped me move through and envision a new story of freedom and personal power.
There have always been images of women in water. Cascading, soft, flowing, delicate...annoying! Why do they look oblivious to the real world? As I was waking up in my life, I wanted pictures of it, pictures of me in water. I did not want to cascade anymore -- I wanted images to help me get back to my long lost self.
I am coming undone. Piece by piece, flesh and bone, heart and matter, who I have believed myself to be is coming undone. The unraveling has even begun to feel good. Life is revealing herself to me as the wild ride she is!
The forest became a place to be in my body in a new way, with a new attitude and possibilities. Being naked among the trees quickly felt quite natural (apart from the cold, ha!), and the process of photographing different aspects felt like an act of storytelling from my inner self.
A prayer for my body: I grew into my womanhood completely traumatized with such poor self-esteem. My boundaries were beyond crossed and I had no healthy model of what I was suppose to become.
Unveiling the shroud of mystery, wouldn't that be the most peaceful dream for our body and soul? I realized: The hardest censor ever, might be myself.
My spirit has not faltered in my battle with cancer. Even with the superficial sacrifices, I have never felt more beautiful because I have embodied the warrior spirit, full of courage, vigor, and determination.
A conversation about creativity, the alchemical process of unveiling the beauty of life, in each woman...
With her song, Deeper, Jo Hamilton takes us deeper into the unveiling