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The Telegraph Business Club FYEO® Review

Sex sells — and it's a pretty decent proposal

Liberated by the likes of the Rylstone WI — whose members bared all for a charity calendar — and shows such as Sex in the City, women from 16 to 65 are flocking from across the world to Mrs Burns' Buckinghamshire studios to pose for a sexy boudoir–style photo shoot.

“They might be doing it for themselves or for their partners,” said the 33–year old former wedding photographer. Wearing anything from camisoles to cowboy hats — or even nothing at all — and with the help of a cosmetic makeover, the clients are transformed from girl next door to glamour model mimicking the famous Christine Keeler chair picture or Sophie Dahl's provocative pose in a perfume advert.

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“They really can show as much or as little as they wish — we are a women only studio and all the finishing is done in–house," said Mrs Burns. “These are tasteful, sexy, poses and outside of the studio it's up to them who gets to see the pictures.”

She's not short of models. Customers are mainly UK–based but she is gaining a worldwide reputation which has led her to think she just may have stumbled across an as yet untapped gap in the market. "We've had clients from America and South Africa fly in — we really seem to have found a niche."

 

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