Glamour Photography

Kim Sleno Portraits is a glamour driven photography experience located in Courtenay, part of the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island. They provide a high-end photography service that caters to corporate head shots, high school, boudoir and glamour portraits.

Kim Sleno is an award-winning photographer that has experience in boudoir, wedding, glamor, fashion as well as wildlife and underwater photography. Kim has traveled to more than forty countries, exploring and meeting wonderful people and capturing moments. Kim’s approach to every event is with an eye on fashion, light, and is fun and energetic.

Located in Courtenay, British Columbia, Kim travels to Campbell River, Comox, Victoria and all areas of Vancouver Island to find the best places to create a wonderful atmosphere for her portraits.  Her full service photography studio is attached to a 1911 Victorian style home with access to private gardens and woodlands for the one of a kind images, located in the Comox Valley.  Kim Sleno Portraits provides high end Glamor photography for women of all ages, from high school grads to women in their twenties right up to the fabulous fifties and sexy sixties.

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Snow Queen

Snow Queen on Forbidden What a spectacular day for a Snow Queen photo shoot.  Driving up to the old ski hill the day before to check out possible locations was an easy drive. Lots of new snow, but the plow had cleared a section enough to drive. Everything was perfect...

Snow Queen Photo Shoot Prep

Snow Queen Photo Session. I started working today on preparation for a conceptual photo shoot for January 22. These shoots feed my creative soul. A couple of years ago I made a white head piece  and have used it on a few shoots. The piece was beautiful, but it needed...

Practice What I Preach

Practice What I Preach

Practice What I Preach Finally I practiced what I preach. I got in front of the camera. For the last 7 years as I have built my practice.  I knew that I wanted to get in front of the camera. I wanted to have what I was offering. But I also knew that I no longer felt...