Boudoir photo shoots offer their subjects the chance to free their inhibitions and express their inner sexiness. Women are typically the ones who participate in them, often intending them as gifts for their significant others. Brendon Williams of Langford, Canada recently shattered this stereotype by posing in his own version of a boudoir shoot, appropriately dubbed “dudoir” by his photographer, Masika May.
Williams contacted May last fall, and together, they created a concept for the series. It followed a similar format to May's other boudoir shoots, complete with lacy backdrops and soft, natural lighting. “I posed him almost exactly how I pose my female clients and these photos are the result,” she remarked to Mashable. This included flirty glances, coy smiles, and of course, very little clothing.
Williams completed this endearing collection for his special someone: his wife. She recently celebrated her birthday, and the photos, bound into a book, were his gift. So, what did his wife think of his memorable collection? According to May, she was ecstatic–exactly the reaction you'd want.