Daily archives "March 20, 2011"

Senior Model 2012: Rachelle

Rachelle has such a classic look, it was so easy to work with her.  We enjoyed a very special moment during our first shoot together, when a friend of hers showed up and had a reunion moment; yes, caught on film.

Rachelle attends Jefferson High School, and we photographed her brother’s senior portraits two years ago.  We’re looking forward to continue working with her this season.

For more information on senior portraits, visit our senior site.

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Senior Model 2012: Nicole

Like so many of our best clients, most people come to us because they know someone who is already our client.  Nicole, who attends Jefferson High School, came to us because her mom got some headshots done awhile back.  We also did some restoration work for her.

Nicole is a very self-assured young lady, and we can’t wait to show you some more of her images… it’s going to be a great year!

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Senior Model 2012: Samantha

When we first meet most seniors, they are a little bit shy and reserve; not Samantha. She acted like she’d known me for years.  And maybe she has… but it almost makes no difference.  Her happy go lucky personality is so endearing (and contagious) that you can’t help but like her almost right away.

Samantha has been asking about seeing her photos since day one, even adding “my grandma wants to see them, too!”  I accused her of pulling the “grandma card” on me.  But here’s the first, with many more to come.  Hedgesville High School will never be the same. 🙂

Want to learn more about our photography, including senior portraits, visit our main site, or go straight to our seniors-only site.

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Senior Model 2012: Mari

Here’s an eye-opener for ya.  We photographed Mari’s older sister, Michelle, for her senior portraits some 13 years ago.  That’s right… now we’ve come full circle with another great family.  But how I met Mari is kind of funny, too.  Michelle told me to say “hi” to her sister Mari for her when I was going to take Jefferson High School softball pictures last year.  I went up to Mari and said “your sister said to say ‘hi’.” After a bit of a cross look, Mari (who is also nearly six feet tall) asks “how do you know my sister?” <gulp>

Recently, during one of Mari’s sessions, we agreed I was an okay guy, despite me being a “near-creeper” when we first met.  Can’t wait to show you more from Mari’s sessions, but for now we have this little intro.

For more information about senior portraits, please visit our senior website.

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