Reagan, Senior Class of 2019

Reagan is just the sweetest young lady! I had such a great time working with her for her senior pictures. We took these around her grandparents’ property and at a few other locations close by, and she already had specific spots picked out and even a few poses she wanted to try. I love that she had put so much thought into the session! You could tell it was important to her.
I have photographed several clients with their beloved horses, but I believe Reagan is my first client who actually rides in rodeos and competes with her horse! It seemed that the whole session was just building up towards the end, where we rode down to the pasture and she brought in Carl and a few other horses to take pictures with. This is definitely Reagan’s element, she was so comfortable in her cowboy hat and boots, riding and gathering the horses. I think we were all so excited about the images we took during that portion of the day, most of the favorites were taken during that time! :)

Congratulations on your upcoming graduation, Reagan!

Lauren, Senior Class of 2019

Now that it is Springtime it is hard to believe it wasn’t that long ago (okay, just last week!) that we were shivering when we stepped outside. That was the case for Lauren’s senior session, even though we had gorgeous blue skies and bright sunshine. She braved the frigid air like a pro though, and we were able to get some beautiful photos to celebrate her senior year! We started downtown Martin, utilizing its lovely character in the brick buildings and along the sidewalks. Our next stop was a more natural location, and the sunset light gave us a warm, magical glow towards the end, which went perfectly with Lauren’s golden hair. Such a fun session (even though we were frozen!) and such a sweet, sweet young lady.

Congratulations on your upcoming graduation, Lauren!

Kaitlyn, Senior Class of 2019

I had a few helpers for Kaitlyn’s senior session, including her mom and our mutual friend Darcey, so it was easy to get some real smiles from Kaitlyn, and nice to have an extra few hands to help with wind blown hair or to hold the reflector for me. :) We started off downtown Union City, utilizing those great brick background and such that went perfectly with her outfit choices. Darcey had brought a few hats for us to choose from for a more playful option, and the hat images were some of the favorites from the day! After we had finished in the downtown area, we drove to Kaitlyn’s grandparents’ home where we were able to incorporate some extra sentimental items, including the Tennessee blanket that you can see in a picture below. Those personal touches can add a little extra meaning to the pictures for my clients, so I am always happy to add them in when possible! 

Thanks so much for letting me take these for you Kaitlyn! And congratulations on your upcoming graduation!