Kirsten Filonczuk is a creator first and foremost. Her medium might change from time to time but the love of creating something beautiful is too much of a draw to pursue anything else. A child of Woodland Hills she quickly became interested in photography and then as a film student at Loyola Marymount University School of Film and Television Kirsten learned a variety of techniques for doing just that: creating. Now, after a extensive study of inspirational women like Sue Bryce and other renown photographers she's finally found a niche: helping others see the beauty in life and in themselves. Boudoir is one of her favorite types of photography solely for the reaction of the women as they look at their photos with wide-eyed suspicion and child-like awe staring at each photo and back at the photographer as if to say, "Is that me?" Yes it is, and you're beautiful. Photography is that one truly amazing medium that allows more than one person to take a moment and feel wonderful.


If you can't see it, you're just not looking.