Happy Saturday, everyone! It has been a long day for Josh & I. We drove ourselves home from the great state of Colorado – and if you’ve done that from Texas, you know it’s a very VERY long drive! We’re currently lounging around and I’m catching up on all the editing from the passed couple of weeks. Here’s hoping you guys are enjoying your own blissful day!
Today’s blog post is all about Ms. Georgia. This chick is one of my niece’s very best friends. One of the best parts of being an aunt is getting to see how all of the people I love & care about grow. Which means I get to see the people they love & care about grow up, too. Georgia has been friends with Tori for years, so I’ve caught her here and there throughout all the cool portions of her life. I had the cool honor of capturing one of the best parts of growing up, though – graduating! She’s a 2020 graduate, but it’s worth celebrating, nonetheless.
Georgia is very quiet and reserved, choosing to keep her smiles and laughs for the people & things she cares about the most. Our first stop on this little picture tour was her favorite coffee shop. If you live in Auburn, Alabama you know this little place. It’s unique and chill, down to Earth in all the right ways. Probably one of the coolest places I’ve gotten to shoot at thus far, too! Check out Mama Mocha’s if you’re ever in the area.
Our next stop was the Arboretium. This place is so gorgeous and has such a diverse selection of places to get great shots. It’s also a special place to Georgia & her family, so that was just icing on the cake!
The last stop we made together was my favorite of the bunch! Georgia’s great-great Grandma was a dancer just like she is. Their family actually had one of their grandma’s old dance costumes that Georgia would ultimately wear. I was tasked to replicate a picture of her great-great grandma dancing in a similar costume. It was an absolute blast to play around with the posing, and Georgia looked great in the beautiful family heirloom.
As you go through these, enjoy the quiet elegance that is this young lady. You’ll see another series of these pictures later on, but for now – enjoy!
There you have it! Georgia, I’m stoked to see what your senior year is like, and can’t wait to do some more of these before you walk that stage. For all seniors like Georgia, I’m offering two part senior sessions. We’ll take some senior portraits now, then come back & shoot again when caps & gowns start making their way out. That way, everyone gets to celebrate to the fullest! Contact us below to find out more about this program!
Until June 21st, our regular senior sessions will be $75! That means all high school & college grads that didn’t get the pictures they wanted before they walked can still grab a good deal! I love academics & this achievement is big, so I’m stoked to offer these sessions at the price they are!
LASTLY – our summer celebration is still going on! Grab 20% off all sessions, including our wedding/engagement packages. We’ll keep this one around for a little bit longer, so don’t miss out! It’s a gorgeous time of the year for family photos…
Thank you, as always, for coming here and reading about our business adventures! Without you guys, none of this would be possible. We appreciate you!
Until the next time, friends! Keep on adventuring…