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      Tell your story through boudoir and portrait photography

      African American woman resting on a bed of bluebonnet flowers.


      For me it's magic realism

      I began taking pictures as a way of expressing joy in knowing just how lucky I am to still be here, alive, in this beautiful world, among so many wonderful people.


      what sets me apart

      The immense gratitude I feel for life and for the world shapes my vision and my approach to taking pictures. What may seem ordinary to others is so extraordinary and magical to me that I am always looking for opportunities to work with clients who desire authenticity and emotion in the images they want taken of themselves

      Model posing for a headshot and portrait photoshoot in front of a tree, in the woods at Balcones District Park in Austin, Texas


      I can see it!

      My deep love for life and the sense of wonder I have for the world and for the people around me make it that I could see the miracle that’s in you–that one thing that makes you beautiful and unique.


      This sense that drives my vision as an artist who uses a camera as his medium is best summed up by this line from a poem by the Sufi mystic, Rumi: “Every tree and plant in the meadow seemed to be dancing, those which average eyes would see as fixed and still.”

      I will see what’s dancing deep in you; allow me to show you.

      Self portrait of Eduardo Vega Colon, aka Karma of Dove, in Brooklyn Bridge Park with the Brooklyn Bridge and Lower Manhattan Skyline in the background.

      WHO AM I?

      I'm Eduardo, an artist and survivor

      I began taking pictures in 1986. I dabbled in war photography during my Gulf War deployment. After my military service, I continued taking pictures until my career as a technology consultant took up all of my time. I returned to photography after my career ended shortly after 9/11.

      I am not a shoot-and-burn photographer; in my retirement, I want to connect with clients who desire more than just pictures they could carry around on their phones.

      In my retirement, I want to put my vision to work for you and create art.



      During the shoot I felt comfortable, empowered, creative and sensual. I was ready to do another shoot immediately and we will forever be friends. It was a wonderful experience and for someone who is a mom getting to put myself to be queen for the day was amazing and I can't wait to work with you again

      Boudoir model posing during photo shoot inside a room at a luxury hotel in Austin, Texas

      Adrianna F.

      Eduardo is awesome! We had such a fun, creative shoot! Can’t wait to shoot with him again.

      Woman posing in boudoir in an abandoned bus at Sekrit Theater in Austin

      Lesley P.

      He was great, really built a connection and was easy to speak too as well as get amazing shots! Wonderful overall experience always have a fun time working with him because of how creative and driven he is. Would for sure want to work with him again

      Austin street portraits along Congress Avenue in Austin, Texas with Alicia. Paramount Theater marquee in the background.

      Alicia B.

      Amazing photographer! He delivers great work! Truly recommended!

      Model in traditional african dress posing for a portrait photo shoot at the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum, also known as the LBJ Presidential Library, on a hot summer's day.

      Jovie B.

      I love how Eduardo made me feel empowered and comfortable during the shoot, he truly was a pleasure to work with and I recommend him.

      Portrait of a young Latina model in Houston, Texas.

      Stacy G.


      who and what she wants. – Coco Chanel

      DO IT FOR YOU!

      Houston Boudoir Photography

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