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Hi, I'm Meg!

I am a feminine healing photographer for creative women, located in northern Wisconsin and I document your raw essence through guided embodiment practices and grounding techniques. Learning how to integrate somatic movement, breathwork, meditation, nature and playfulness into my daily practice has led me down a path to meet other women on their own journey to heal, embody and alchemize their relationship with themselves.


I have documented hundreds of women, each with her own story that can be felt and shared within the collective of the human experience, and I believe photography has the power to heal and liberate our soul; to give a pulse to our purpose, and connect us back to our whole self in the process.


I believe you are made to embody your truest expression and my mission is to tap into the magic of you. It's not always confidence that brings women in front of my camera, but rather, a deep desire to be seen. From start to finish, my goal is to remind you of your unwavering value. When you are ready, I would love to create with you.


"Working with Meg is beyond a dream. Meg really made me feel comfortable during the whole process. I wasn’t nervous after talking to her. She helped me style outfits that would be fun and photograph well. Her studio and work is amazing. I have done two shoots and will definitely be back for more. Working with Meg is like working with a close friend. I can’t sing her praises enough!" -Erica

"I have had the pleasure of doing multiple boudoir shoots with Meg over the past 7+ years. She creates the most calming safe and also fun atmosphere at each shoot! Whether you want an inside shoot at her beautiful studio or want to take advantage of her amazing outdoor woods/stream area, you will not be disappointed at Megs level of talent! I cherish my photos and will have them forever." -Michelle

"What a blissful and empowering experience. My only regret is that I waited this long to do it. You will never regret having Meg capture your beauty, vulnerability, and the sultry goddess within you!" - Heather

Together, we create powerful, honest & liberating  photos of yourself

that serve as a love letter for the next generation of women.


This is a unique photo experience that explores the main character energy of every woman who enters my space while celebrating her self-concept and feminine magic. Through natural, essence-filled poses and somatic exercises, I capture the beauty, creative life force, and soul-level medicine of your body. I use light and dark to both highlight and honor your power, and provide a heart-centered and supportive environment to connect with your wild nature.

The Foundation

Includes up to 90-minutes of shoot time, access to the client wardrobe with up to 2 outfits of your choice, creative planning, mindfulness guides & resources, a Dig Deep Questionnaire, embodiment coaching, natural retouching, a 50-image digital gallery with a personal mobile app & print release $1,200

Add On Options

  • Include a custom-designed 8x8 album with all 50 images $800 (add on only)

  • Include a professional makeup application $125 (add on only)


"I chose to celebrate turning 40 by gifting myself a boudoir photo shoot and I was afraid of being vulnerable with my body. I had never viewed my body as beautiful, but rather an eye sore...that was until I met Meg and she brought my nerves to a standstill. Her energy was gentle, careful, fun, and you could feel her genuine excitement in capturing your true essence. My photo reveal with Meg is a core memory. Whenever I need to remember my worth, I look at those pictures and feel the power. Thank you, Meg, for allowing me to see through your eyes." - Abbey

"Meg always does such a beautiful job on capturing the strength and beauty in every woman. I myself have had many sessions with her and I will always recommend woman to see her. These sessions are more for yourself than for your significant other, so if that is what is holding you back, DO NOT LET IT! You will not regret having a session with Meg." - Helena

a black and white boudoir image of a woman in the water wearing sheer white fabric.
Commonly Asked


What is your privacy policy?

Privacy is one of the most important aspects of my business. Every woman you see on my website & socials has signed a model release granting me permission to share her images. We invite everyone to sign a model release, but of course you have the right to decline.

Do I have to bare it all?

Like every women we work with, each session is unique and designed around your comfort. Whether your version of empowerment is a fitted black dress or baring it all in a fine art form, I'll make it happen. That being said, I invite you to step outside your comfort zone at least a little bit.

What is your retouching policy?

My main goal is to present you with a collection of images that reflects what you really look like, so editing is quite minimal. The extent of my retouching is making your skin look it's best, but not necessarily in an airbrushed effect. My rule is, if it's something permanent on your body, it stays. I do not take any weight off your body or make you look younger, because the goal with this experience is to accept yourself the way you are.

What if I'm not a natural in front of the camera?

Without a doubt, this is the biggest concern women have, but you are not expected to be an expert! My job is to help you explore the  natural sways and movements of your body, and to bring out your authentic expression. I start with foundational poses, and guide you from there!


What do I wear?

My client wardrobe continues to grow every year, with 200+ items to choose from at the moment. Figuring out what makes you feel confident can be hard to pinpoint, sometimes,  but we're here to help! We provide you with a wardrobe guide that has a variety of tips and you're encouraged to bring pieces of your own. This is where the vision of your shoot really starts to take shape, and we offer our guidance the entire way.

How far out should I schedule my session?

I suggest scheduling a minimum of 4-6 weeks in advance.

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