Life is short, so why not enjoy it? Andie’s mom contacted me a while back to see if I would capture her gorgeous daughter for her. Andie graduated a little while back but never had a chance to get grad photos that she was really happy with. I suggested that we not just photograph her in her lovely grad gown, but also try to capture the essence of who she really is…what she loves ….who she sees herself to be. More like “coming of age” memories to look back on. This turned out to be so much fun, I think I might just offer to do it again…LOL. Andie loves all things vintage and is a great lover of books. So we looked for opportunities to incorporate this into her shoot as well. Andie was such a pleasure to work with. My camera just loved her. Andie is one of those natural beauties who just can’t help but beam the joy that is within her to the outside.
If you are interested in grad photos, I am thinking of offering a few select sessions this spring. Being the control freak that I am, to truly get the most out of the experience, I would suggest not doing the photos on grad day. Way to chaotic! You don’t want to cram your session in between everything else. You want to enjoy this as a separate, fun-loving experience …one where you feel like a model for a day. Maybe you choose to do it on the day you get your “trial” hair done. We find the beautiful light at the perfect time of day in a couple different locations that we choose together to communicate what is important to you. Maybe you are a dancer or an athlete and want to remember this part of your high school years. Or maybe you really love dirt bikes…whatever it is …we can have a great time with your chosen themes.