"What Feels Like the End is Often the Beginning." -T.S. Eliot
Four years ago I had the pleasure of photographing portraits of beautiful Sophie. With graduation just around the corner it was time for session with this gorgeous girl! For Sophie's Senior Portraits we took to the always beautiful (and busy!) Hermann Park. No matter what she does whether its dancing, modeling, or just being your average teenager, Sophie has a way of always doing things with grace, poise, and a twinkle in her eye. I have loved watching her grow up and can't wait to see where life takes her!!
Sometimes I get a brand new client and from the moment you get their first email you know you've found your people. And then the session comes and you meet face to face and your first feelings come to fruition! This is EXACTLY how it went with Alyssa and her family.
"It's not in the stars to hold our destiny, but in ourselves."
Another fabulous Senior Session in the books! I had the pleasure of photographing Megan's senior portraits a few years back and now it was younger sister Emily's turn. Emily was quite young when I last saw her so it was so fun being reunited and seeing the beautiful young lady she's grown to be. She is smart, clever, and has a heart of gold. For her session along with some traditional senior shots with a bit of politics thrown in... I love her passion and confidence! Congrats on your senior year, Emily. Excited to see where life takes you!!
"The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams."
Abigail's Senior Session was so special... I've watched her grow from a teeny tiny thing to a beautiful young woman. She exudes graces and elegance, especially on stage dancing with the Bay Area Houston Ballet & Theatre. For her Senior Portraits we stayed local at the charming League Park and Helen's Garden, which always provide such beautiful backdrops.
"When Words Fail, Music Speaks." -Hans Christian Andersen
Kevin is a talented young violinist graduating from high school this spring. I've had the immense pleasure of watching him grow up his whole life. Coming from a musical family, it was no surprise that he started playing the violin at the ripe age of three. It was inspiring to watch his technique and artistry evolve over the through the years. With his talented, lovely piano playing mother, Annette, they shared their special talents on my wedding day, such a very special memory for me. Every time I hear him play it fills my soul with joy!
Loves: my husband, golden age movie musicals, red lipstick, fall leaves, rainy mornings, dressing up, jazz music, yellow tulips, tap dancing, and taking your photos (yes YOU!)