It’s always a privilege to photograph my family, especially for special occasions, and I love to celebrate my cousins during their senior year. Sam’s senior photos were so much fun in downtown Granville, OH! Even more exciting, we got to include a few shots in front of the restaurant where he works! Congratulations on yourContinue reading “Sam: Class of 2020”
These brilliant women graduated with Master’s degrees in Speech Language Pathology from Saint Louis University last spring and are already on to changing the world. Graduation sessions with friends are so much fun, especially when everyone brings their own champagne to pop! Congratulations, ladies!!
Our whole family is so proud of Katie and I was thrilled to be able to celebrate her graduation in Northville, MI, last spring!
Family is really important to me, so it’s always a joy to get to photograph relatives, especially my cousins. Jack graduated from Granville High School and is heading to the Ohio State Agricultural Technical Institute this fall. I’m so proud of him, and so impressed that he kept those cool white shoes spotless during ourContinue reading “Jack: Class of 2018”
When I moved to St. Louis in October, I only knew medical students, which really isn’t a great setup for either a social or professional life. Thankfully, I connected with Jess and her parents through a family member, and we set up my first official senior portrait session in Forest Park! As I told Jess,Continue reading “Jess: Class of 2018!”
Alex spent four years pouring his life and time into two things: football and academics. He is a student-athlete, a future doctor, and an incredible, brilliant young man. I’m so glad he agreed to wake up for a very early morning photoshoot with me to celebrate our graduation from Duke in May.
Graduation is a major life milestone, and major life milestones deserve pictures. My good friend Jordan graduated from Duke with a degree in linguistics, so he’d be much better at writing something eloquent to put here. I never would’ve gotten through my four years at Duke without friends like Jordan, and I’m so excited toContinue reading “Jordan: Class of 2017”