October is hands-down my favorite month. The air becomes more crisp and the vibrant colors crush out the browns that the dry, hot summer gave us. Senior portraits and family photos dominate the schedule this time of year. I’m so thankful to every family and person who has reached out to keep me busy this year. I first met Kaitlyn and her family 11 years ago shooting a wedding for her aunt. We reconnected several months ago at a baptism and I was elated to be asked to do her senior portraits. We had a lovely time last night and she rocked it. Her wardrobe choices were beautiful and went so well with our backdrop and the weather was perfect. I’m also thankful her mother requested a photo alongside her. I’m a sucker for those mom and daughter photos, for sure. Here is a bit of a peek to hold you over as I cull through all the photos. Many more to come!
“If a flower can flourish in the desert, you can flourish anywhere.” – Matshona Dhliwayo
Madison had a vision for her senior photos and brought me to a place I hadn’t been in the Tri-Cities. Among the growing outstretched edges of Pasco is this beautiful desert landscape with sand dunes. As the city pushes out, this will grow smaller, which makes my heart ache. I’m thankful she brought me here and allowed me to capture her senior photos. Such a beautiful soul who is definitely going places with her life. Cheers to an amazing last year of high school, Madison.