Had so much fun this weekend capturing my cousin Grace’s senior photos. We started early in the morning with hair and makeup. I’m not much help with that stuff so we recruited my sister Margo! Such a fun day full of smiles, clouds, leaves and deer!! Congratulations Grace and have a great rest of senior year!!
I can’t believe this girl is a senior. I hope you are currently enjoying your first day of senior year. I am loving how your senior photos turned out. So much moody sass going on, complemented by a beautiful smile. Like, comment and share if you agree!
I’m totally loving all the senior sessions lately. It’s so fun capturing each senior and their different personalities. Caleb did awesome last week and I can’t wait to capture more of his hobbies in his fall session.
Spent an evening last week capturing Chloe’s senior photos and as I was waiting for her to choose what shoes and jewelry to wear with her outfits I noticed a photo of her when she was young. It’s crazy how fast time passes. That photo is how I best remember her, as a little girl with a beautiful smile. Let me tell you she is no little girl anymore but her beauty still shines in the photos captured below. Keep it up Chloe and have a killer senior year.
I had so much fun capturing Kennedi’s senior session from start to finish. We started months ago, sending each other all kinds of inspiration, followed by choosing locations and finally the session. KG absolutely rocked it and so many of our visions were executed perfectly. A million thanks for forcing me to amp up my creativity. It’s so awesome to have something so fun to remind me why I do what I do.
Between the half naked guy and almost getting stranded in the middle of the fishy lake Kennedi was a real trooper for all of it!!
Finally, the day has come to blog Margo’s senior sessions. Margo has always been more than willing to be in any photos that I have wanted to take. When the time came for her senior pictures we wanted to incorporate some of her interests. I’m not sure if you guys know this but Margo is a very talented free spirited person. She loves her Ukulele which she taught herself how to play. She traveled to Guatemala last summer and has plans to go back this year. We have gotten so good at being “photographer” and “model” that all I have to do is look at her and she knows what I want her to do.
Another thing to know about Margo is she LOVES her dog. He sure will miss her this fall when she goes to school.
Margo picked up the love of painting from our Great Grandma Doris. She has a room full of paintings and paint supplies so I thought it would be so fun to do a session showing off this creative love.
Margo is attending Southeast Tech this fall for phlebotomy. I wish her the best of luck in her adventures to come. I am so excited to see where life takes her.