"Every woman has a right to reclaim her beauty and her sexuality and her wild.”
"Rewilding" sessions are intimate portrait experiences inspired by the forces of nature, magic, and the sacred feminine. Blending portrait, boudoir, nature and fine art photography, my projects are dedicated to self-love, storytelling, inner work and outer boundaries. A little sexy, a little witchy, a lot of fun and absolutely no shame.
Individual portrait sessions ($450) last about 2 hours and include 20-30 professionally edited fine art images delivered to you digitally. We'll start with some brainstorming on imagery that you're drawn to and “looks” that make you feel powerful, sexy, free, or just YOU. I'll offer location suggestions and some styling tips, and we'll plan out your project together. I'll bring along some props & crafts (typically inspired by nature and/or mythical symbols of feminine power) and guide you through the making of a re-imagined, re-connected visual self.
Print rights are included, however you can order professionally prepared prints through me if you choose. Half of all print profits will go to the Rape Crisis Center of Central Massachusetts. Use the contact form below for print pricing.
“Paulette understood how to make me feel comfortable and how to capture a side of me that I struggled to see in myself and I’m not ashamed to say this made me feel beautiful and powerful and a little bit dangerous for the first time in too long. Every woman has a right to reclaim her beauty and her sexuality and her wild.”
-Amber, rewilding client
"I don't even have words to tell you how much I adore these pictures. To say they have done their job of making me see myself in a different light would be an understatement. I feel like somehow you have actually captured my essence. A million times thank you."
-Cassie Von Doom, rewilding client
"When we accept our own wild beauty, it is put into perspective, and we are no longer poignantly aware of it anymore, but neither would we forsake it or disclaim it either... Does a feline know what beautiful shapes she makes when she sits? Is a bird awed by the sound it hears when it snaps open its wings? Learning from them we just act in our own true way and do not draw back from or hide our natural beauty. Like the creatures, we just are, and it is right.” -Clarissa Pinkola Estes; poet, author, psychoanalyst, and post-trauma recovery specialist
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