Intimate Artistry Photography & Self-Love with Keshia Rice
I stumbled across Keshia Rice’s stunning work earlier this year. She is a boudoir photographer based in Hawaii.
She focuses on mental health, and empowerment and believes boudoir is for all shapes & sizes.
She focuses on the experience for her clients leaving them feeling empowered safe and celebrated in their own bodies.
In this episode, we discuss how growing up in a world that taught us to be ashamed of our bodies if they didn’t fit within a certain mold leads to mental health and confidence challenges, and how Keshia is working on unpacking that and dismantling those belief systems to help her as an artist and a woman.
Keshia Shares how she goes out of her way to leave little drops of kindness where-ever she goes, and how together we can all make the world a kinder place.
If you are someone who has felt held back, by your appearance or struggled with self-worth and your own body love.. this one is for you.
Discover more about Keshia Rice
Instagram: @keshiarice_intimate artistry
Facebook: @intimateartistryFacebook Group
Bio: Keshia Rice is 33 years old, married to a spouse in the military, she has two children and a bonus child that she adores. She started her photography career in 2009 at Sears Portrait Studio and worked there until 2014 when they went bankrupt.
A few years later she became a school photographer for Lifetouch. From there she branched out on her own trying all the genres, had success with a few images going viral, but boudoir is where her heart is and what gives her butterflies before each session.
Resources shared on this episode:
Berne brown vulnerability
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