Nolan Conley Photography  - My Sensual Gift Boudoir Photography

Nolan Conley Photography - My Sensual Gift Boudoir Photography

2 employees
39 years in business

About this pro

My wife and I have been doing professional photography since 1984.  I (Nolan) was trained by the First Director of Photography of National Geographic Magazine James M. Godbold.  I've been published many times and our Google reviews say it all.  Our site is

For our boudoir and artistic nude photography by My Sensual Gift, we have over 120 5 star reviews on Google alone.  You can see our site at  My wife and I being married since 1983 work this business together. If you want boudoir or nude photography... please state that in your request.  Also, please be reasonable about your budget for the work.  We don't work for free or next to free and I'm sure you don't either.

Ladies (and commercial clients) have loved our work for years.  Lucinda and I are very detail oriented and want the best for our clients.  Our commitment to giving you the best quality is reflected in our bid.  There will probably be people bid cheaper than we do... just remember, you get what you pay for.  Read our Reviews!

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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

We prefer our customers and prospectives to call us at 281-320-8644.  This way we can get a precise understanding of what they want efficiently.  Since our work is very custom, it's much better to talk with the client directly.  Starting the process with an email is fine too.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Well, My wife and I have been in the photography business full time for the last 35 years.  Not to mention I (Nolan) was trained by the First Director of Photography of National Geographic Magazine and have been published many times.  Our client list is extensive from commercial to boudoir clients, even Anna Nicole Smith.

Here's what Mr. Godbold said about me:

To Whom It May Concern:

During the forty plus years of my photographic career, which included six years with the National Geographic Magazine as its first director of photography, it has been my privilege to have known and worked with many outstanding photographers, editors and artists.

Especially rewarding, has been the opportunity to meet and be associated with younger, multi-talented photographers eagerly seeking to make their mark in our demanding profession.

One such talent, which I have observed for the past several years, first as my student, then associate and finally as the owner of his own studio and laboratory, is Nolan Conley.

To para-phrase a popular commercial, "Nolan has earned his credentials the hard way. He has worked for, and sacrificed for them."

Today, NOLAN CONLEY PHOTOGRAPHY is synonymous with quality, the quality of his work, of his ability to work with people of all ages, the quality of his imagination when a commercial requires that extra something and the quality of his character as a professional, a husband and a father.

Should you have the opportunity to engage Nolan Conley for his professional photographic services whether on location or in the studio, whether for intimate personal photography or catalogue items, you may be assured that every detail of your assignment will receive his expert attention.

Sincerely yours,

James M. Godbold

First Director of Photography for National Geographic

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How did you get started in this business?

I just liked girls and photography.  Better yet I married a girl who helped me photograph other women.

What types of customers have you worked with?

Penthouse Magazine

Other publications

Here is a partial list of commercial clients:

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Every time we see smiles on our customer's faces! 

What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

Check references, reviews, and most importantly, the photography work.  If you don't like the work... you won't like the experience with that photographer.

What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

The cheapest price is probably not the best price.  Quality and creative photography takes time, effort and experience.