Kelsey is responsible for making sure your experience with One Soul Boudoir isn’t only empowering, but that it exceeds expectations, as well. She handles most of our initial consultation. And she’s also the one to coordinate your boudoir session with our beauty team and she manages the flow of work by our design and deliverables team so that your photo reveal and print product orders go smoothly.
Kelsey says, “What I like most about working at One Soul Boudoir is its theme of women empowerment. And it’s just fun. I’ve always been a creative person and I’ve always liked the fashion side of things.”
In addition to taking care of our clients, she engages with the members of our ladies-only Facebook group, One Soul Women, and plans and executes social activities. She gets to know our members one by one and makes sure they’re finding value in the group. When they’re ready for a session, Kelsey’s there to help make it a great experience.
When she joined us, she wasn’t familiar with boudoir, but now she’s completed her first full experience and loved it: “I’ve never been ‘sexy’. Everybody’s like, ‘You’re cute.’ So I don’t really see that sexy side of myself.” Now that she’s seen it, she’s embracing it in her own low-key way.
We first contracted with Lauren in Spring 2022, and she’s become an important part of our team. After your shoot, Lauren processes the images in preparation for your big reveal and ordering appointment.
Where Jill and David concentrate on posing, composition, and the creative qualities of their studio lighting to make their photos of you, Lauren is concerned with then optimizing the framing, color balance, exposure, contrast, and saturation of each photo to be shown at your reveal. Afterward, Lauren’s the one to custom-design your boudoir album.
In addition to her innate abilities, Lauren also spent two years polishing her technical skills at the Academy of Arts University in San Francisco.
And, since joining us, she’s drunk the One Soul Boudoir punch and has completed a boudoir session with us — her first! Enjoy the sneak-peek!
We knew Tramaine first as a boudoir client who loved her experience with us. Working with her in that capacity, we figured out pretty quickly that Tramaine was a word-smart creative, someone who loves to write. She has a day job doing just that as — in her words– “a curriculum engineer designing career-focused content for students in degree courses, short courses, and executive education courses.”
The thing about people who love the artform (in any of its forms) is that it’s sometimes hard to write enough to be satisfied.
So when we invited her to join us, it was nothing for Tramaine to go from One Soul client to One Soul content specialist. Now, in addition to her curriculum work by day, Tramaine authors many of our blog posts and our new weekly e-newsletter.
What she likes most about writing for us, she said, is “the stories. I love learning about people’s experiences, what drives them, their ‘why’. The boudoir stories are especially awesome because I can relate on so many levels.”
When we met Caroline, we knew we’d found the right fit for our team and for the role of studio assistant. Enjoyably smart-assed and quite smart, Caroline’s a quick study mastering the back-office processes at One Soul Boudoir.
She comes to us from David’s Bridal, where she ran the shop floor in the manager’s absence, handled clients’ incoming shipments and more.
On Kelsey’s team at One Soul, she’ll usually be the one designing and ordering your art purchases. You’ll also hear from her when it’s time to pick up your amazing art. Less visibly, she manages our swag inventory, stays on top of studio supplies, and makes sure the studio is client-ready. We’re already trying to figure out how we’ll fill her shoes when she takes vacations.
We’re showing this photo of her because, like so many who come into our orbit, Caroline hasn’t experienced a boudoir session. Yet. It’s a situation soon to be rectified, so stay tuned.