Sophia is my very first senior for the Class of 2024! I was so excited to get my senior season started and meet Sophia and her mom. I always have my seniors fill out a questionnaire before we meet up, so that I can get to know them a little bit and also, so I have some talking points during their session. It helps making what can be a nerve racking situation for the both of us. Sophia’s answers for the question, describe your personality. She answered with sweet and goofy. And that definitely showed up during her session.
Kaitlyn’s session is my first spring senior session and I want to do more spring senior sessions! Check out the gorgeous flowering trees in the background. LOVE!! I’ve shot at this park a couple of times in the past but never in the spring when the foliage is so different than late summer early fall.
The weather was playing games with us all day the day of her session. It threatened to rain most of the day, then part of the day and then finally, just a little bit of the day.
You’ve found the perfect photographer for your senior session, you’ve booked a date with them and spent time figuring out the perfect location for your session that speaks to you and your style of what you want your session to look like. Now the hard part, choosing what to wear. It is a HUGE decision that can make or break your senior portrait session! If you wear something that you don’t feel confident in, or that doesn’t photograph well, it can ruin this amazing experience for you. So, here are some great tips on what to wear to help you feel confident and that photographs well.
I just knew that Haley and I were going to hit it off at her senior session at Whitetail Woods, when she showed up with her Ravenclaw Wand and purple lightsaber. #nerdsforlife
One should know that having lived in Minnesota for the most of their life, that just because the autumnal equinox has happened and the leaves have just started to change, does not mean that autumn temps are present. As was the case with Gavin’s senior session at Ritter Farm Park this September.
I met up with Payton and his mama at Ritter Farm park early Saturday for a warm yet beautiful morning at one of my favorite parks in the area.
I think this is my second favorite session of the senior Class of 2023. I’m so excited to share it with you! I’ve done only a handful of senior pictures in Downtown Farmington and I keep finding new little places to find spots to photograph in that I haven’t done them in before
I love how much variety Dakota City Village has to offer when it comes to doing senior pictures. There are a bunch of old timey buildings set in the village to replicate what Farmington might have looked like in it’s hey day, big open field spaces and trees! Huge bonus, it’s super quiet here.
I have lived in Twin Cities for almost 12 years and have been photographing for about 5 years now, and I have not once photographed a family or senior in the cute little town of Northfield. Northfield reminds me of my hometown a bit with it’s old buildings and old fashioned charm. And let me tell you, the downtown area is beyond cute!