There’s a part of the Tao that I was reading today and it reminded me of my son London because it describes his personality. He’s never read the Tao and at this point of his life, he’s not even interested in it, but part of it is in him nonetheless. Continue reading “This. Kid. Right. Here.”
I’m a bad, bad blogger. Normally, I like to post photos from a shoot soon after and, sometimes during. But I have to admit to being remiss here. We were lucky enough to do a few more shot of senior Braydon and he rocked it out
Don’t get it twisted. When I say London gas the blues, I mean those snappy dress blues that you see in the photo above. He’s spent four years in Valley’s Navy ROTC so when you do senior photos, you have to include some of those shots.
Awesome senior Molly put up with me for a few more photos that I thought were important to documenting her life as a Butler High School senior. It’s one if those things about senior photos that I think of as mega valuable to the parents and to the kids later in their lives.
Yes, you’re right. It’s not fair that momma Lynn has such beautiful daughters. I’m editing senior photos from the third one now and have already warned the fourth that she’s next.
I met Molly a few years ago when I was doing senior portraits of her eldest sister, Abby. Even at that time, you could see how close the sisters are and what great personalities they had. They are all beautiful in their own ways and, as close as they are, they have different interests and their mother encourages them to go for it, whatever it is. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Model Tall Senior”
A few years ago, I got a chance to work with Abby, then her sister Emily and on Sunday, third sister Molly. And each of those young ladies has been their own dream to work with. Mother Lynn has raised four incredible daughters, of which I have now done senior photos of the eldest three. I’m hoping to make photos of all four. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: My Third Lockhart”
I know I’ve bragged about my senior portrait clients and how they’re the best. Justice here, the oldest twin from a couple of weeks ago, and I have tons in common. He’s a huge University of Louisville fan. That’s already a good thing. But he wanted some photos on campus as well. Imagine how much I was down for that. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: That Senior Twin”
I feel so blessed to have the best senior portrait clients ever. Especially those who don’t mind looking as pretty as Hannah does here. We did a couple of locations to make sure she had a good variety of portraits and, even though we had to wade through Louder Than Life concert traffic, it ended up being worth it in the end. We had a beautiful day and the river was looking its best. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Hannah on the Waterfront”