CONFIDENCE IS BEAUTY

Let me introduce myself, I’m Tigz Rice, lingerie and boudoir photography specialist based in Hertfordshire, UK. I stepped out into the world with my camera in 2009 and found my home in the dazzling and extraordinary burlesque scene. Becoming an ingrained part of this incredible community showed me more than ever that beauty thrives in confidence and creativity. Sexy is a state of mind. Upon this realisation, my life goal became clear. I want to use my skills as a kick-ass female photographer to help you feel empowered, sexy and beautiful.
I’ve been honoured to work with some of the most talented and innovative people of our time, pushing the boundaries of the boudoir photography world and focusing on fearless femme fatale inspired strength in both my personal and commercial photography. I photographed a lingerie campaign for lingerie brand Scantilly that was described by the Huffington Post as ‘one of the world’s most inclusive underwear campaigns’. I am currently listed in 21st Century Burlesque’s Top 10 Non-Performing Figures of Burlesque – as voted for by the burlesque community. I’ve achieved critical and international acclaim and had a hell of a lot of fun along the way! Want to be a part of that journey?

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LATEST NEWS

Book a Shoot, Receive a Free Signed Copy of My New Book!

Book a Shoot, Receive a Free Signed Copy of My New Book!

If you haven't already heard, on December 1st 2019 I celebrated TEN WHOLE YEARS of being a freelancer. Surviving a decade in business is something absolutely worth celebrating and I plan on doing so for the next twelve months, because absolutely why not! To start the...

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Tigz Rice: Celebrating Ten Years of Photography

Tigz Rice: Celebrating Ten Years of Photography

Do you remember, back in college/university, teachers asking you to submit a career plan for then next ten years? Year one was fine, year two was reasonable, but year ten felt like an absolute lifetime away. How could I possibly start to plan where I’d be in ten years...

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