That sounds great. Do you have any lessons learned that you want to share? What worked? What didn't?
The biggest takeaway I got is to take SEO seriously, and be committed to have every image with a proper description, alt titles extremely important. Text as links on your home page instead of buttons, no logo with my name as a jpg on the front page, text only. No spam, but real content that uses most words you want to be searched for. I took an initial hit on my permalinks to make mine be descriptive. /model-photography, /boudoir-photography, /engagement-photography, etc, but it was worth it.
By far, and I mean by far the most important though, is to sign up to both Google webmaster tools and Google Analytics, have your page crawled anytime you make a significant change, and provide a site map url.
I did a crawl request after I heavily changed my permalinks and after a dip for 1-2 weeks, and saw a significant jump up.
What good is your website and all the SEO work, if the search engines don't know it even exists?
Case and point, and anyone can experiment for themselves and view how they rank. Download a new browser, clear all cookie and cache and search for what people would search for.
Ran a search on google for "my city" boudoir . I am page 2 in a city with a population of 1 million. Ran it for "my city" model photography, I am on page 2 right next to one of the top model agency in the city (one I am collaborating with now).
I tried it with Bing. I never submitted a site map. I am on page 17. Guess what I will be doing this week? I will report back on how it helps in a few weeks.
Yahoo? I stopped at page 25 or so. Both those search engines are still important.
Search "Calgary boudoir" on Google. Some results may vary, but you should find my website http://www.cormierphoto.ca around page 2. A year ago it barely existed and was not updated since 2012. My redesign was done last month.
Anybody can do the same with a little elbow grease. Those who read this thread should definitely take advantage.