Taylor SR

It still doesn’t seem possible that the school year is almost over. Senior sessions always make me think back to my senior year and all the emotions that I felt as I got ready to move away and start pursing my dreams. Every year I am blown away by the amazing seniors that I am lucky enough to meet and Taylor was no exception.

As a talented dancer who plans on becoming a doctor, she wasn’t afraid to kick off her heels to trek through the mud for her session. Her relationship with her mom made my heart smile-so much love and support. I pray the rest of your senior year is amazing Taylor! Good luck in South Carolina.

Kaylee SR

 

I was lucky enough to get another chance to work with this beautiful senior. The weather was terrible to say the least-it was the misty rain for the first 10 minutes but that is what cute umbrellas are for! Kayla was such a trooper and was willing to standing the rain for shots and look at her-who else can take photos in the rain and look like that? She is so stunning and I tell her every time I get to photograph her that I am in love with her eyes.

With a super busy schedule like she has between school and ballet I am so glad, despite the weather, that we were able to make this session happen. I’m looking forward to our next session in the spring!

Lydia Carey MCHS SR

Lydia’s family farm was beyond perfect for her senior session. When you pull up and see beautiful light, cows, and a tire swing you know it will be an epic session. Lydia is so sweet and beautiful. She looked as effortlessly beautiful sitting in a jeans and tee shirts in a field of cows as she did walking through a field at sunset. I had so much fun working with you. Thank you for letting me wander around this beautiful farm with you. Good luck with the rest of your senior year!

DaShaun SR

 

I am so in love with everything about this downtown session. We had been planning this session for a few months and then all of a sudden we blinked and it was October.  I was having so much fun with DaShaun wandering around all the great spots downtown that time quickly got away from us and we realized we had to rush to our last spot before the sun disappeared. We were greeted with the best KY sunset when we arrived at Talon Winery.  DaShaun was a trooper and didn’t mind running through the fields to soak up the last bit of light that night. I don’t know how it happens but I am blessed to be able to capture so incredible seniors who are willing to go the extra mile for me to make the image happen. Good luck with the rest of your senior year DaShaun!