Category: seniors

Thomas | Class of 2018 NEPA Senior

Thomas’ mom hired me to take his senior pictures, as well as grab some images for the family Christmas card. Thomas wasn’t the most excited to have his picture taken (can you blame him?), but we explored around the pond in his yard, he showed me his awesome cheeseburger socks- and everyone brightened up as …

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Caitlyn – Class of 2018 | Sweet Valley Senior

Caitlyn is a senior who rides at the nearby Pinewood Acres, home of Soaring Saddles 4H club in Sweet Valley, PA. I had a great time hanging with her – and her chestnut Quarter Horse Rocky and her trainer’s very tall bay mustang. She came prepared with two different looks and was ready to explore …

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John | Northwest Class of 2018

John is an all-state band member who plays the saxophone and loves music. I believe he said his favorite subject was English, if memory serves. We meet up at Lake Jean with his twin sister for an hour in the evening and it was pretty chilly that night! This senior was fun to photograph, I …

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Northwest Area High School Senior – Class of 2018

Olivia rocked her senior session! Her family has a gorgeous property near Huntington Mills, PA , where we found this incredible light by the sunflowers, an enormous hydrangea bush, and an old outhouse for backdrops. Of course the two dogs were super adorable props / family ! This young lady studies music, loves animals, and …

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Allysa | Class of 2017 | Senior Equestrian Session

The lovely Allysa, a senior at Pittson Area High School, was a delight to shoot at one of my favorite places, Royal Rock Equestrian Center in Harvey’s Lake, PA. She hopes to attend college and become a veterinarian. We both are fans of this pretty thoroughbred mare, known as Paris around the barn. She has …

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Class of 2016 | Danville Area Senior

      On a spectacularly warm and sunny October afternoon, I met up with Will after school to shoot some senior portraits. We started out at the fire station, where he is a volunteer. The chief pulled the engines out for us – and Will was easy to chat with and easy to photograph. He’s hoping …

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