As promised, part two of Bailey’s sneak peek is here. I love how a change in outfit can totally bring out a different side of a senior. Her first look was so soft and pretty and this one is strong and bold. With so many fun textures in downtown Kalamazoo, it was easy to find some places to shoot that matched the style of her second outfit. Usually I favor color for a lot of my images but I just LOVE some of these in black and white. Bailey, thank you for such a fun and inspiring session!
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Bailey is my first Senior Rep for the Class of 2014. She braved the chilly and windy spring evening and rocked out her mini shoot in Downtown Kalamazoo. I have so many favorites that I am going to do two blog posts to showcase her beautiful images. This first post is dedicated to the softer side of Bailey…floral, spring colors, soft light. Be sure to come back tomorrow to see the bolder side of Bailey and some more of my favorites. I still have room for another couple of Senior Reps – for more information, check out The Senior Spot.
While I was out in Connecticut on a Spring Break trip with my family, I was able to meet up with an old friend and her son. I remember when I first started working with Lisa, Andy was just a baby. Now Andy is going to be a Senior in the fall – Class of 2014 and she asked me to take his Senior portraits. It was fun exploring downtown Mystic while capturing these images for his mom. He even helped me find some great locations. He is off to visit colleges next week and part of me hopes he falls in love with Kalamazoo College because I know I did – my four years at K were amazing. Good luck Andy!
I have already posted some images from Lauren’s Senior session. We started out downtown Kalamazoo and then finished up our session in a beautiful natural session. I had such a blast with Lauren and I love her style. Here is a peek at the second part of her session. I love the end of summer colors in the field and the beautiful light. The last images from our session totally pull on my mommy heartstrings. I can only imagine 11 years from now when I am going to be going thru this with my older daughter.