Category Archives: SENIORS

Alaina Senior Portraits || Oahu Senior Photographer

I got to stop in Huntsville and meet up with Alaina right before I head out to Hawaii at the end of May to get herView full post »

Huntsville Senior Photography || John

I met up with John at Huntsville High where he is graduating this year for his Senior Portraits. For a January sessionView full post »

Krista- Senior Portraits

I can’t believe this day has come, but my youngest sister Krista is graduating from high school!  She is not onlyView full post »

Olivia – Senior Portraits in Huntsville

I got to meet up with Olivia for her senior portraits last time I stopped by in Huntsville and it was so easy to getView full post »

Taylor B – Styled Portraits

These images to me are monochrome, but haven’t had color sapped from them, which I think can be a difficult taskView full post »

Taylor B – Perdido Key Portraits

When you have a neighborhood of colorful walls, well the possibilities are endless!  It’s been fun to have aView full post »

Emily Senior Portraits in Nashville

I had a great time meeting up with Emily for her senior photoshoot this past week.  Despite it being December we hadView full post »

Krista Portraits in Huntsville

My youngest baby sister, she’s not so much a baby anymore!  I loved getting to do some more grown up images of KristaView full post »

Lauren- Senior Portraits in Downtown Huntsville

I’m so glad to finally show off Lauren’s senior portrait images.  We had to reschedule our session not once but twiceView full post »

Jenna – Senior Portraits in Downtown Franklin

Well I can honestly say this is one of my favorite people to take portraits of, my younger sister Jenna.  My familyView full post »

Emily – Senior shoot in Nashville

Emily is a senior from Huntsville, AL who came up to Nashville for some awesome senior portraits in beautiful MusicView full post »

Tayla Senior Portraits

I loved getting to hang out with Tayla for her senior portraits in Nashville.  She is a very artistic girl and wantedView full post »