Posts Tagged ‘Pittsburgh Senior Ambassador’

Taylor: Senior Portraits, Class of 2010

Saturday, September 26th, 2009

Taylor is one of my senior reps and I shot her senior portraitĀ  session(s) a while ago and have been dragging my feet on blogging about it. Not because I didn’t want too. But because I loved her session so much I couldn’t decide which images to showcase. I finally gave up and decided to create a slideshow of all of her images. There is a link to the slideshow at the end of this post.

Taylor is a talented dancer, singer, and actress. She had so many fun ideas for her session and it felt like a true calaboration. She has a very joyful personality that is absolutely contagious and it has been great working with her.

A couple of my favorites. . .



Going on the record to say I did nothing to enhance her eyes. They really are this blue!DSC_3152DSC_2995DSC_3215You can view a slideshow of Taylor by clicking here

Molly: Senior Spokesmodel, Class of 2010

Wednesday, June 17th, 2009

It was a dark and stormy night. . . I sort of feel like I should begin that way! Molly, her mom, and I came very close to being rained out. Thankfully, we were able to readjust some of our plans and make it work (said in my best Tim GunnĀ  voice). I loved Molly’s smile and enthusiasm and of course, her beautiful red hair!

Senior Portraits

Wednesday, February 18th, 2009

It’s not too early to start thinking about 2010 Senior Portraits. The best time for next year’s seniors to have their portraits done is the summer before their senior year. I typically start shooting senior portraits in May and continue throughout the summer and into the fall (many schools have an early November deadline for yearbook pictures). Since I book about 4 weeks in advance during my slow time of year (January through April) and as much as 8 weeks in advance during my busy time of the year (May through November) the time to think about booking is right around the corner.

Even if your school requires the yearbook picture to come from a specific studio, such as Lifetouch, you can still come to me for a custom portrait session. This past year, several of my senior clients had their yearbook picture shot by the studio required by the school and followed up with a fun and unique session with me.

I currently have two options for senior portraits.

The Mini Senior Session lasts 30-60 minutes and takes place in Butler County at a single location. One clothing change is allowed at a mini-session. When you book a mini-session I will give you a few location options for you to chose from. Urban sessions work great as mini sessions!

My Standard Senior Session is for the teen who is looking for creative and unique portraits that stand out from the crowd. This session lasts 1-3 hours and includes as many clothing changes as you want, as well as travel to multiple locations within the greater Pittsburgh region if desired (for instance, a combination of rural and urban locations). I am very excited to announce that the Standard Session can be shared with a friend! This is a great way to get the variety of the standard session for less. You can split the session fee and the print packages however you want. And it’s fun!

To view my senior portfolio and for more information on rates, visit my senior website.