M’Kayla was one of the first teens I photographed when I moved to Round Rock. We met at church. I have been so looking forward to her senior year and her being a part of the PRP model program. Here are a few of my favorites from her recent session in Georgetown.
Most of my models come to me either via referral or instagram. Sydney found me on Facebook! She is a dancer and such a sweetheart. She picked out a spot I had never visited. I drove out the day before just to check things out. This was not one of my typical locations with a variety of textures on man made structures. Instead, we have an abundance of colors, textures and fabulous light all from nature. It was gorgeous! We had the location completely to ourselves. This was a big adventure and one I took a really crazy tumble acting like I was a mountain goat. Despite that, the session was great. Her images were amazing – just like she is! Sydney, I am so glad you were part of the PRP Model Team!
It is only fitting that one of my first 2015 Seniors is Jessica. She was one of my first 2015 Spokesmodels to sign up for the PRP Model Team. She has been such a fabulous part of the team! I really enjoyed this year of getting to know her and her mom. She has a real heart for others, is active in her church, school and soccer team. I can’t really share her college plans with you – she wants to share that on her own. I can tell you that no matter what she does, or where she chooses to go to college, she is going to rock it! Thank you so much Jessica for allowing me to be a part of your Senior Year!
This guide will help you as we plan your senior portrait session. It is packed full of information to help you with the choosing your outfits and getting the most out of you session. This one features clients from the class of 2014. I will be working on a new one featuring my Class of 2015 over the holiday! Enjoy!
Emily is just a gorgeous young lady! She is very involved in the band at PHS where she is an officer and plays the Oboe. She is planning to be a band director after college. She and I met at the studio to make the backdrop for some of her photos using her oboe sheet music. We started her session at Mueller Park in Austin and ended the actual session in the fabulous 6th street area of downtown Austin. After that, we headed back to Round Rock for a yummy brunch at Juarez Cafe!
Now, check out a few of the wonderful images from the morning!