Evan rocked his Rochester Michigan senior portrait session and not just because he was a natural in front of the camera and has great style but he also brought along an array of instruments that he plays. Along the Clinton River we had the pleasure of hearing him play!
We started off in downtown Rochester and had some fun along the way. I strive to make my seniors comfortable and bring them to, or happen along, great spots. I love the glow of the summer sun here!
Does he rock the serious face or what? 🙂
I especially loved this part of his senior session when the instruments came out. I need to add a photo of him and his beautiful guitar. Evan plays the saxophone too. He is in the Wind Ensemble at Stoney Creek High School in Rochester Hills. That is the highest level band, by audition only. This year he is also in Marching Band, an asset for sure.
Evan’s mom and I teased that male modeling could be his back up plan but he really is a great model, if his plans for college don’t work out, but I’m sure they will. 😉
It’s been a great summer and I truly treasure the seniors and their parents that chose me as their photographer. I’m so honored to capture this exciting time in their life. I feel a lot of these images capture parts of the younger self as well as the adult they are quickly becoming. I couldn’t believe how different my son looked after being away at college and I treasure his senior portraits more and more all the time. I would love to capture your Senior this fall, or even in the Spring of 2020. Let’s feature what your senior loves! I love working with people after their session to help them with specialized prints and product that you are sure to love and treasure, so let’s talk soon! Please check out my senior gallery! When you select Senior Session on my Contact Form you will be sent a link to my Senior Magazine to review. Thank you!