This is my busiest time of year, trying to fit in family and senior portraits as much as my schedule allows. But it's hard for me to refuse senior portraits especially when they are high school students I get to watch from the platform of First Presbyterian Church of Bethlehem (where I also work as the Contemporary Music Assistant --- I can say that I have the best of both worlds working freelance as photographer and filmmaker -- and a musician at a church). There is more of a personal connection when you get to see these beautiful young people grow up and I feel that I can help portray what these students want in their photos. So here is Meaghan's senior photos. I hope you like them.
So here's the story. Once upon a time I was an Youth Dept. Intern at First Presbyterian Church of Bethlehem and I met Emma when she was a middle school student. I've watched her grow into the beautiful young lady she is, and I am blessed to know teenagers that have a heart like hers. And now, I can't believe she's a senior! What is happening? All the cute kids are adults now. --- I'm so proud of you Emma and all that you do!
This is actually one of my very first senior portrait sessions. I was pretty excited to do this shoot because Ali loves acting, and I just knew this was just going to be fun and inspiring. She was really inspired by Rachel Aumiller's singer-songwriter shoot I did back in December 2012 --- so we set off and found some train tracks and captured her love of playing guitar in some gorgeous evening lighting.