Introducing Kristin! Our shoot was SO fun and adventure-filled. First of all, I must give kuddos to my A-mazing husband who gets up and goes yard-selling on Saturdays always looking for our house or my business the perfect find (me? I'm sleeping). He is also on the hunt for some really cool bikes if you know of any! This past weekend he came home with this red suitcase that he got for a dollar. Go babe! You may see it again in the future because we all know I love red! Kristin is so cute and we climb, slipped, got eaten by briars, and everything else in between to get these shots. They were worth it though! Here are some favorites. I picked a bunch that just say to me "I'm going into my senior year and the world is my oyster". I think you will get that vibe when you see some of these too!
Last week, when it was supposed to rain all week, then didn't...David and I rescheduled his evening shoot for a cooler, and hopefully dryer morning shoot. GREAT idea! We headed up to NoDa to shoot around all the fun colors there. It was great fun, not quite as disgustingly hot, and an all around good time! There is one fun story to share- on the way up 29 a disgruntled morning crazy commuter lady practically ran us off the road and yelled at us. Why? We aren't completely sure, but the consensus was that she was mad that we didn't start going 80 mph's from a stop light. How dare us!! Get that woman to work STAT! Anyways:) Enjoy!
Seniors Seniors Everywhere! I love it! I have so much fun on these shoots! I love seeing what outfits the students are going to show up with...a lot of times that really determines the tone of the shoot and I get very (sometimes overly) excited seeing what everyone brought. If one thing can be determined for sure- it is that teens these days have really good taste at the age of 17. They are cuter at their age than I was at 23!
Anyway, meet Grace! Everyone knows that I love red hair, well my next favorite would have to be the color of Grace's (see below). She is a ray of sunshine with amazing gold flecks in her eyes. Beautiful! After shooting in the city some we headed out to the country to visit Grace's horse, Penny. The thing about Penny is she tells Grace what to do, not the other way around! We still love her though- even though she did bite Grace's finger thinking it was grass (easy mistake). Still, we got some amazing shots of Penny and Grace. I love them all- enjoy!
One of my top favs.
I told you about those gold flecks!
This is the shot where I think Grace should be on the set of "The Last of the Mohicans". I'm enchanted.