Helen chose Stream Cliff Farm for her session location. As a Indiana Senior Photographer, I’m always excited for new locations and she introduced me to the most beautiful creek setting just down the road from the farm.
We fought the possibility of strong storms through this entire session but in the end it was perfect! Her gorgeous blond hair against that sky was just breathtaking. We moved quickly and enjoyed a lot of laughs along the way! Being an Indiana Senior Photographer is seriously the best job!
Being an Indiana senior photographer is such a blessing because of all the awesome young ladies I have the opportunity to work with! Lacey was no exception and we had a marvelous time with these stunning snowy senior pictures!
Carley was such a pleasure to work with! She is an incredibly talented young lady. We included her saxophone in some of her images (she is also the drum major at school) and I wish her the best of luck as she pursues a law degree! I really do meet the best people as a senior photographer. 🙂
Abbey’s session was extra special because she chose to add her brothers in some of her senior photos. We got some really cool images in some alley ways in Seymour as well as an old gymnasium building. We wrapped up her session at Muscatatuck Wildlife refuge and used the Meyers Cabin for some rustic shots with her Letterman’s jacket. Indiana senior pictures and basketball just go together so well and when you add an old barn in the background it just screams Hoosiers!
This was the second time I got to work with Danielle. I had the pleasure of doing the senior cheer photos for the Jennings County High School squad. Danielle is such a beautiful and sweet girl and I really enjoyed her session. We lucked out with the soy bean field shots as they harvested the crop the following day. I just love when things work out!