senior photography

West Chester University Senior Portraits | Bree

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MAY HAS BEEN CRAZY! I've been so busy capturing some incredible clients and friends which means they're all about to hit the blog! I met up with my friend, Bree, in downtown West Chester a few weeks ago to shoot her senior portraits. This session was so meaningful and such an honor for me to shoot. 

Bree is a cancer survivor (twice) and battles avascular necrosis (bone death - to put it simply). She's a powerhouse of inspiration and badassery. This isn't my first time photographing Bree but it might just be my favorite so far. Bree graduated earlier this month graduating with a degree in Public Health. She hopes to be an advocate for policy change in health care and for fundamental human rights. She has an interest in community based intervention for health promotion.

Enjoy some of my favorites from Bree's West Chester University senior portrait session! 

Hailey | Senior Portraits

Red Lion Area Senior High School casual, classic, no-fuss senior portraits

Hailey has been my neighbor (well, my mom's neighbor) since she was just a little girl. We think it has been around eleven years. She was a shy elementary schooler and came out of her shell a little when she would sit on our front porch with my brother and listen to music (with shared headphones).

Artwork of my brother and Hailey was done by our friend and other neighbor, Chuck OBrien.

Artwork of my brother and Hailey was done by our friend and other neighbor, Chuck OBrien.

She and her little brother, Zaiden, have been a fixture in my life for so long - they're basically extra siblings to me. They will be the guestbook attendants at our wedding in a few weeks. Hailey is pretty much no-fuss. She wanted a quiet spot to do her senior portraits with few onlookers so we chose a museum property down by the Susquehanna River. It was quiet - except for the mayflies. On a very humid night a few weeks ago we got together to commemorate the fact that she is going to be starting her senior year of high school soon! I can hardly believe it. Really, I'm having a hard time grasping the fact that she's old.