Rachel J. Kline, a boudoir and intimate editorial photographer outside of Philadelphia, services women from all walks of life and all shapes and sizes. Rachel’s background in psychology, concentrated in human sexuality, gives her a unique perspective to provide an experience for women that is fun and sexy, but also soul affirming and enriching. Rachel encourages her clients to spend their time with her in complete celebration of themselves.

Contributing to the body positive movement is so important to her as an artist to use this platform to lift women up and allow them to define their beauty for themselves. With nearly a decade of experience in the industry, Rachel has mastered both natural and artificial light which allows her to provide visually rich imagery coupled with her emotional nature as an artist. Rachel’s work focuses on the body and each client is posed to enhance the natural, feminine hour glass shape.

If you ask Rachel’s closest friends and past clients they are sure to say that she is laid back and empathetic. During studio sessions you’ll hear cackles of laughter bursting from the room in between posing and coaching for sultry looks. She believes life is too short to take it so seriously all of the time.

Rachel’s home base is in Berks County, PA.  Yet boudoir has had her travel to neighboring areas like Lancaster, Philadelphia, and even as far as New Orleans. Rachel is an internationally published artist as a Do More Wear Less photographer and is very active within the industry as she continues to gain recognition for her organic, editorial style imagery.

One of Rachel’s favorite things during her time with her clients is the initial consultation over coffee (and sometimes wine for her night owls). It’s the moment that she gets to hear incredible stories of the feminine spirit. Women are truly amazing human beings and they deserve to have their stories be heard and their bravery and triumph be encapsulated in an heirloom quality album.