How I became a senior photographer is better explained by introducing this wonderful person:
His name is Sean.
His senior experience was memorable and it is one I will always look back on with a lot of fondness.
Back in 2019 I captured pictures of his sister and with her I knew in my heart that this was where I wanted to go next as a photographer.
What it takes to become a senior photographer
But being the “new kid in town” and trying to offer my services as a senior photographer was not going to be an easy road.
Imagine my excitement when Sean’s mom called me to ask if I could do his session after I had done the one for his sister!
I was really excited because this meant that I had proven to my first clients the quality and professionalism that are my trademark.
We did his session at one of my personal favorite places: New Fork Lake
Sean took us to a part of the lake where I had never been before and it was absolutely perfect.
We had a blast doing the session, he had a change of outfit into a fireman’s suit.
Sean is a great person who is committed to his community.
His dad is a fireman and Sean also volunteers as one.
I loved to learn that heroic service to others is part of the family.
I have a lot of respect for the people who wake up everyday to protect and help us.
Mom was also at the photoshoot and her energy was great.
We all had a really good time and were really happy with the outcome.
Sean’s journey I am sure will have a lot to offer as he also wants to be a mechanic.
I am sure that he will be a great one and that he will succeed greatly in everything that he does.
Thank you Sean!
The best for you and your family!