Boudoir photography celebrates the sensuality of women. American photographer and film director Albert Arthur Allen was one of the most influential practitioners of boudoir art and photography in the 1920s. In the 1940s, boudoir photography was mostly represented through the popularity of pin-up girls. In the 1970s, nude photography became popular.
Then, in recent years, boudoir photography became an added service that was offered by wedding photographers. In the case of Jess Jones Boudoir, the service is being offered in line with photographer Jess Jones’ mission to empower women. She sees it as one way for women to own their bodies and to display their sensual side.