These gorgeous young ladies were such a blast to shoot back in May. They are naturals in front of the camera and were so super fun and easy to be around.
Congrats, ladies! Wishing you the very best in all your future endeavors!
I had the hardest time narrowing this sneak peek down.
Best thing about it was, she sparkles on the inside as much as she does on the outside. What a lovely young lady! I know her parents must be so proud
His senior questionnaire mentioned the outdoors and nature several times so it was easy to decide where I was going to be doing his and his sister’s session. They were also naturals in front of the camera, no? They were so good, you can’t even tell we were being eaten alive by mosquitoes! 😉
If you know me then chances are you’ve heard me talk about my cousins. There are many reasons for this. For one, cousin are rad. Oh, yes! Rad. Two, I have around a million of them. Ok, maybe not a million but something like 30 or so on just my dad’s side of the family and we are all pretty darn close. We may live in separate cities and states and don’t get to see each other as often as we like but when we do, it’s like we were never apart. And so, there are many references to my cousins in conversation but I *think* this is the first cousin I’ve officially photographed. Interwebs, meet my cousin, Chey:
When I was in high school (or college – seriously, I don’t remember, it was that. long. ago.) Chey lived in Chicago and would come spend summers in Houston where I would take her and her older brother to the zoo, the children’s museum and other fun places. While she loved doing all these fun things (I think) she hated being so far away from her parents and was a little sad. Now, she’s all smiles. Princess Chey is graduating from high school in a few weeks and I couldn’t be more proud of the beautiful, smart young lady she’s become. I can’t believe she’s off to college! tear ;(
Chey, I love you and I can’t wait to see what amazing new things will be coming your way in the next few years!