Zoe was an absolute dream to photograph. We had to reschedule due to crazy May weather but man on man did we luck out with the perfect golden hour. She has such a unique style and I’m so glad she showed up as “herself”.
Riley is such an all American beauty. I loved walking around the Village of West Clay scouting out architecture, spring blooms & fountains. Wishing her the best of luck at IU in the fall!
This completes the second part of Grace’s senior photos. Click HERE to see part 1. We waited until the spring to capture her with the love of her life, Canyon. Grace will be leaving for UK in the fall and has to say goodbye to this big guy who’s been in her life for the…
Maddie is attending Butler in the fall so it seemed fitting to have her senior portraits captured on campus. What’s not to love about Holcomb Gardens (or any of the campus) in the spring!
Nothing fills my photographer love tank more than capturing this genuine type of connection. These grandparents are incredibly involved in the lives of their grandchildren. They live just a few doors from each other and Mimaw even babysits during the day. I foresee these photos as treasured gems passed down through their generations.
This is truly one of my very favorite families to photograph. As mom says, they have “big” personalities. I can relate to that for sure! They don’t hold back in front of the camera so we certainly don’t get any fake smiles 🙂
I’ve had the privilege of photographing Natalie and her adorable family ever since Hadley was born. Hadley keeps me on my toes with her spunk and charm. Couldn’t love it more!
What a pleasure to spend the afternoon with Ben, my husband’s cousin. His favorite restaurants is Uptown Cafe in Noblesville so we were sure to include the store front. Congrats Ben….. class of Noblesville 2019!