"Spoil Me Silly" May Launch Reality Show

March 7, 2014 Updated Mar 7, 2014 at 11:16 AM EDT

By Desiree Wiley

March 7, 2014 Updated Mar 7, 2014 at 11:16 AM EDT

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW-TV)- Boudoir photography is more than just taking pictures in lingerie. Julie Marinaro, owner of “Spoil Me Silly," says boudoir is the perfect vehicle to boost confidence.

“I think it is extremely empowering for women,” says Marinaro. “I think we live in a society and culture that teaches women they need to look a certain way in order to be accepted.”

At this studio beauty comes in all forms and women have many different reasons why they shoot boudoir. Now Marinaro and her staff have the chance to share their client's stories with the world.

“We were contacted by a production company from L.A. and they took two solid days to film,” says Marinaro.

This production company plans to make a short video highlighting their work, in hopes of creating a reality show.

“They're interested in the stories of why women shoot boudoir photography,” said Marinaro.

They want to know what women are seeking when they walk into “Spoil Me Silly.” Marinaro’s head photographer, Ashley Ciraulo is excited to be a part of this experience.

“It’s something that I never expected,” said Ciraulo.

They want to let women know that magazine-cover models are made to be perfect. With make-up and Photoshop anyone has the chance to become flawless.

“Most women don’t get the chance to be a supermodel,” says Ciraulo. “For them to come in and just really enjoy themselves once is a really awesome experience.”

A sizzle reel will now be created and pitched to major networks. Their boutique in the Eastern Hills Mall could be the next reality hit.

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