Here's the deal with branding and shooting adult or nsfw subjects …
If you like to do bodyscapes occasionally, but don't make money out of them, don't label yourself as this type of shooter – keep it to yourself. If you come to have to showcase some work, do it completely regardless of your brand that is making money.
If you will make money out of it, like the many boudoir shooters, then create a brand specially for it. Again, don't mix that with your safe brand to make money.
If you plan to manage a studio of multiple photographers, you need a trademark. If it is you, dedicate your name to the brand of bread and butter (usually that of SFW, at least for most people). Personally, I would find a trade name for the stuff for adults so that you have YOU as a brand for weddings, sports, family, portraits, etc. and a trade mark for the boudoir, modeling, etc.
In fact, the target markets generally only overlap in one direction. For example, you can get a customer looking for boudoir photos as a wedding gift, who may then love your portrait work and want to hire you for family photos on the go.
However, when Ms. Suburbia buys family shooters, she doesn't want to stumble upon your adult-themed work. If you think there is a cross-sell opportunity here, this is something that you present in person.
Think of it this way: your online presence is like a version of you that sits on a fast date. If a model sits in front of you looking for modeling photos, it doesn't hurt to lead with adult themed photos. But if you share it with your average customer, you will lose them.