Say hello to Lacey, a senior at George Washington High School here in Charleston. We planned her session around sunset in a field, and we got some really nice autumn light and colors that really complemented her look!
Here are some previews of my forest senior session with Sydney, a senior at Herbert Hoover High School. She even brought along her puppers for some photos!
Makayla braved a verrrry chilly evening to do her session down in Bramwell, WV. I love the colors and contrast in this set — it makes for some pretty striking portraits!
Kaitlyn, Herbert Hoover Class of 2019!
Chasity and I headed down into Kanawha State Forest for her senior session. Love the way these turned out, especially the colors in her creek photos!
What an afternoon; it was full of snuggling puppies at the park and taking some pretty Fall senior photos. Love the autumnal color palette she went with — it really pops!
Bramwell is such a perfect spot for senior sessions. Between the historic buildings, the railway station, and the brick-lined streets, you never run out of great photo locations. We were even able to walk down into the creek for some of our shots!
Brooke is a close family friend so of course I was excited to take her senior photos! We did some of them in the kitchen, since she’s aspiring to do something in the culinary field (she’s a hugely talented baker!), some outdoors with a bookish theme because she’s a big reader, and some at Bramwell’s train station because she loves to travel. 🙂
These gorgeous PSHS gals wanted photos together at Concord University before prom. Glamor!
Colten is a senior at Herbert Hoover High School, and if you couldn’t tell from these shots, he’s quite the athlete. Football, baseball, wrestling… he stays busy for sure! The high school may be closed because of this year’s flooding, but the field at least is still being used for games. A little bit of normalcy in a year where the high-schoolers are splitting their days at Elkview Middle School. I was glad we could at least get some good shots to hopefully help him remember the positive parts of his senior year. 🙂