“I decided on this set for VOLO because I think it has the raw, natural beauty of what VOLO is looking for. It has everything in the frame at its natural state, from the model, to the trees and grass, and then onto the light. These three components are in complete harmony with each other.”
My name is Jenny Douglas, and if I’m being quite honest, modeling is not a current dream of mine.
When I was younger, I used to envision myself walking down the Victoria’s Secret runway with my very own set of angel wings. Not that I would turn down that opportunity today, but it doesn’t really seem like a reality that would ever happen for me.
What is a dream of mine of being comfortable in my own skin, and that’s what modeling has done for me. I don’t consider myself “a model” but I do love being in front of the camera, it’s a huge confidence booster for me. It also helps me channel any frustrations I may have into something that usually turns out beautifully, given I’m working with the right photographer.
I think it’s important to love myself and my body, and to teach other females how to do the same. I want my sons to know that it’s okay for women to be independent and confident, that being a strong woman is not a negative thing.”
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My name is Montana Evan Young. I am a 27 year old, female photographer located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. I am lucky enough to have found my passion early on in life and I never take it for granted.
Taking pictures of women nude, at their most natural state, with nothing to hide is extremely empowering. There is something so raw and innocent about a women nude in nature, both with nothing to hide. Jenny and I knew that this set would be an amazing combination.
The light was right, and the flowers from the trees copied the curves of her body and you could tell in that moment they were one. They played off each other’s beauty and it created magic. Creating strong, beautiful, and empowering images for women and myself is what I have always wanted to do. I strive to be the best. There is an image of the famous photographer Imogen Cunningham, in her old age, taking a photograph of a nude woman.
It has been my inspiration for my work and my work ethic since I was 15 years old. To be in VOLO would be a dream come true. I am a mother most days to a wonderful little boy and we look at VOLO magazine together. I get inspiration and he claps his hands and makes weird noises (he is one years old haha).
I want to teach my son that nudity is normal and beautiful and women are art, not just sexual creatures. What better magazine has that display then VOLO.”
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