Hannah’s session was especially crazy to me. Crazy because I first photographed her when she was a freshman at BCA. We talked about how cool it was to photograph her at the beginning of high school. We made plans then to photograph her senior photos. In between, I also shot a sweet sixteen session with her. And, now, it feels as if we all blinked and it’s four years later.
Hannah is always a joy to photograph and her passion for each session is so evident. She does her research and she plans well. For her senior photographs, she chose the majority of them to be shot in the downtown Greensboro, NC area. She wanted to begin her session in the always gorgeous Fisher Park. I could just photograph the amazing homes lining the streets and be completely content. We did highjack some people’s front steps and wrought iron gates.
She also really wanted some photos on railroad tracks. However, in case you didn’t know, it is illegal to be on railway tracks and you can be fined/arrested. Thanks to my brother, David (location scout extraordinaire), we discovered a dead line that is part of a public park. So, she got her wish and we were able to take these photos safely and legally.
I loved her use of props…balloons, painted canvases, softballs, etc. She knows how to tell her story through her photographs.
She is an avid softball and soccer player but also loves her heels and nice clothes. She is passionate about serving Jesus and the downtrodden, volunteering both in her local church and at a mission in Tennessee. I am proud to have her as a senior rep. She exemplifies the qualities I myself hold dear.
Hannah, I pray God’s richest blessings on you as you finish your senior year and embark on the adventures God has in store for you! It’s been an honor.
You couldn’t ask for a better prop than this! This gorgeous chaise lounge is made of stone and is part of the park!! I felt like I was in my own outdoor studio.