Enter the Esme+Eve Contest

Win an exclusive, private boudoir photo shoot in L.A.



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Named for the classical icons of love and creation, Esme+Eve Photography is the brainchild of Marisa Gallegos and Jennifer Hoffman, best friends and professional photographers who are dedicated to portraying women as confident, elegant, and effortlessly sexy. Esme+Eve reinvents the boudoir genre with a luxury bespoke approach that draws on commercial fashion photography. What if cameras could succeed where mirrors often fail, and help women see everything that is right with them? “We’ve replaced role playing with role models—real women who are confident, bold and beautiful. And our goal is for them to become even more so when they step in front of our cameras,” says Hoffman. The result is quality images that are tasteful and make exquisite gifts for both recipient and giver.
Now you and your partner can WIN a photoshoot with Esme+Eve at their 5500 square foot daylight-filled loft in downtown Los Angeles, a transformative and empowering experience begins.

 

 

The winners will receive the following with their Esme+Eve experience:
- A pre-consultation meeting
- Customized vision board
- Hair and makeup by our celebrity team
- A two-camera photo session with Esme+Eve
- Champagne and Hors D'oeuvres
- A private online gallery
- Five 8x10 signature Esme+Eve prints

To win, send a simple sentence telling us why you want to win a boudoir photoshoot! Email mallorie@esmeandeve.com. Entries close March 1.

*Travel not included

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