When you meet Anthony, it doesn’t take long to realize that he’s not your average teenage boy. Respectful and kind with an easy smile, it was an absolute joy to spend time with Anthony capturing this milestone in his life. And it didn’t hurt that he was natural with the camera. Thanks for a fun session, Anthony!
Meet Katherine. My baby sister. I have many teenage memories of carting around my toddler sister as people mistook her for my own daughter. I can still see her with her baby blonde curls, chubby cheeks, and a broad smile on her face that earned her the nickname “Sunshine”. And now she’s a woman. Excuse me while I grab the tissue box.
The problem with having an older sister that’s a photographer is that you have no options when it comes to having senior photos done. The advantage is that your photos get extra time and attention. Katie and I have been dreaming up this photo shoot for awhile. So get ready for some eye candy since this girl is absolutely gorgeous (even if you’re not as bias I am), both on the outside and on the inside.
Spending a couple of hours photographing a person, definitely gives you a chance to learn about who they are. After doing John’s high school senior portraits, I left hoping that one day my boys might grow up to be as kind and respectful as this young man. Also, I love it when someone knows how to laugh. And John was willing to laugh at himself, to laugh at my dumb jokes, and to laugh at the fact that having his portrait done wasn’t up on his top ten list of things he would want to do.
Thanks, John, for putting up with all of my antics and being such a good sport!