Last week I headed out to Montgomery, TX and took two senior portraits there. This is Treven, he is graduating from College Park (Go Cavaliers)! My husband works at CP, so I am a little biased, it’s my favorite local high school. I’ve known Treven’s mom for a few years and they are such a great family! I always feel honored when my friends come to me for portraits such as this. Congratulations Treven and the rest of the Senior Class at College Park!
I LOVE Senior Sessions! They are so much fun! I have had the absolute pleasure of knowing this beautiful family for a few years now! I’ve never met a more dedicated, loving and caring mother than the one Kayla has. I count it blessing to call her a friend. I’m honored she thinks of me when needing portraits for her children!
We headed to Old Town Spring for this session. Kayla was a little unsure of the location, but she warmed up to it quickly and as you can see she is absolutely stunning! If you know Kayla, then you know she is a joy to be around. Loving, caring and dedicated just like her mom!
Here are some of my favorites from the session…
Congrats Kayla and the class of 2017!
I had the honor of photographing my brother in laws engagement photos a few weeks ago. I am so excited to be adding a sister to the family!! She is as beautiful on the inside as she is on the outside and she fits in just perfect with all of us!
For this session we traveled to Aggieland, Margaret is a Texas A&M Graduate. Her and Mark both love College Station. I had fun exploring the city and I will definitely be back, even if just for lunch at the DELICIOUS Hullabaloo Diner (thank you for lunch Mark).
We spent the first part of the morning traveling around campus starting at The Century Tree then Kyle Field and everywhere in between!
Bottle Cap Alley was next on our stop! I had never been to College Station except to drive through it, so I had fun exploring the city with this couple. I will most likely say this many times, but I love being taken to places that are special to the people I am photographing. Clients are more comfortable in surroundings that they are familiar with and that shows in their images!
Around the corner is the infamous Dixie Chicken! These are probably some of my favorites. I love the rustic wood and the walls of these buildings!
We finished the day at The Barbara Bush Rose Garden! Oh my, the roses there are phenomenal! I have never seen roses so vibrant and full and I just had to snap a few shots of Margaret’s gorgeous ring!
I am so excited for the destination wedding in October. It is going to be PERFECT!