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Category Archives: Seniors

This girl.  There’s so much I can say, but I knew when she came to me her senior year of high school that when I photographed her, she would be one for the books.  That was over four years ago.  We’ve kept in touch, stayed friends and she’s very special to me.  We chat on […]

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This beautiful girl is a senior this year, busy with cross country running, academics and choosing her top colleges.  Meet Kathleen.  Be sure to check out her throwback sunflower shirt from the early 90’s.  She was rummaging through an old box of clothes and came across it, and in turn, has become her favorite shirt. […]

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I can’t say enough good things about Stori. What can I say?  She’s ideal. Beautiful, full of life, smooth skin and she needed no direction whatsoever!  She has so much confidence in front of the camera and made my job SO easy.  She’s well behaved, and sweet as pie.  I recently shot her mothers wedding […]

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On the day we were supposed to shoot Michelle’s senior portraits, a giant thunderstorm came right through downtown.  We were about to cancel when I saw a bit of blue sky coming our way.  After waiting it out for about 45 minutes, we had clear skies.  We really lucked out because she had her hair […]

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You may recognize Tyler from a shoot I did for him a few years ago.  He’s graduating this year and so we went down in to Houston to torture him slowly with pictures 😉 Congrats Ty.  Your Mom and Dad should be so proud of you!! And no senior session would be complete without their […]

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Even though Dillon is still shy 1 year of being a senior in high school, I’m still gonna categorize him under ‘Seniors’.  Um….does he LOOK like he belongs under the ‘Children’s’ tab?  Negative.  Dillon is sorta family.  Thru marriage.  Our families share Thanksgiving sometimes so that counts, right?  Anywhoo…we had planned to shoot pics for him over […]

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