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What do Women’s Empowerment + Heirloom + NYC have in common?

I am sure you are wondering what Women’s Empowerment + Heirloom + NYC have in common. I’ll tell you, Smokin’ Hot Photos of you!

I am writing today because my friend and insane photographer, Karen Christensen, is coming to NYC in October. If you don’t know about her, you should. She is the founder of The Legacy Boutique, an heirloom photography and Women’s Empowerment studio in Los Angeles, CA. She is one of the most passionate women I have ever met. She lives by the mantra Art meets Acitvism for Women and Girls. You can read more about her story here.

She is opening up a few time slots to shoot some of my fabulous friends in NYC. When I found out she was coming to town, I jumped on the chance to be photographed by her because her work is amazing.

Check out these gorgeous shots of Emilie Rota, one of my fellow Bschoolers. Karen took these last week and you can see how Emilie’s personality is just popping off the page!

You might be thinking, what do I need photographs for? Think Creative Editorial Portraits (not your run of the mill head shot), hot Boudoir Photos of you in your underthings for your man (or just yourself-that’s even hotter), Gorgeous Shots of your baby bump, Heirloom Photos of your baby/child or your entire family (including Rover) or Pictures of you and your man for Engagement or just because. The possibilities are endless. View more of her portfolio here.

Darling I know you are already Smokin’ Hot-with Karen’s Genious, you will be even Smokin’ Hotter (yes, it’s possible).

She will be in town the week of October 24th and is booking up quickly. Check out more of her work here. If you are interested in booking or inquiring about a session, fill out her contact form. Make sure that you mention that I sent you (you’ll get extra special attention). Mention LegacyTracy in your email.

Here are a few more pics to tease you….let me know what you love about these in the comments below. Also, share this with your friends by using those nifty social media tools at the top and bottom of the post.

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