Archive for the ‘Beach Portraits’ Category
Take a look at this gorgeous family! I photographed Maritza‘s senior portrait a couple of years ago and they came back this year for me to photograph Daniel’s senior portraits and a family group at the same time. They are so photogenic and I love Maritza and Donna’s blue blouses!
Aidan and her mom traveled all the way from Jefferson, MA, to Dennis so Aidan could be photographed at the beach near her grandparent’s house. Crazy thunderstorms blew through and postponed the original date and we had hazy, hot and humid weather for Aidan’s session. It’s my favorite weather! I love the way the haze softens the sunlight. The beach was still busy at 7pm because of the heat, too!
Aidan is an Irish Step Dancer and smiled a lot when her mom mentioned winning an international step dancing competition. She also has an artistic side and loves to draw with charcoals.
She was naturally graceful in front of the camera (and I loved her hair) – I also loved every single image I took of her. Here’s a few of my favorites:
Sooo-cute Michaela came down from Pembroke to Scusset Beach for her senior portraits. It was an absolutely gorgeous evening! Michaela’s dad says she’s a track star – her best events are the 100 and 400. Michaela seems a bit shy but she can’t help but smile! Here’s a few pics from her mini beach session!
Jordan and her family have a summer home in Chatham on Cape Cod so I met them at their house to photograph both Jordan and her family. They have a beautiful back yard with hydrangeas and a picture-perfect front porch. The blue hydrangeas were a gorgeous background to bring out Jordan’s gorgeous blue eyes. We also went down to the beach for more photos – we are on Cape Cod, after all!
Jordan is a senior at Hopkinton High School this fall and she plays soccer and runs track. She describes herself as ‘patient’ and ‘giving’. I can certainly vouch for the ‘patience’ as we had to deal with those ‘no-see-um’ bugs while at the beach – they were all around us but as you can see in her pictures below – Jordan just kept smiling!
Laura spends a lot of the summer in Mashpee so of course she had to have senior pictures at the beach on Cape Cod! She plays Field Hockey at Ashland High School and likes Country music. And she’s just adorable and gorgeous at the same time.
Laura’s mother came along and my assistant said afterwards, “they were just the cutest mother & daughter!” – and I have to agree!
Here’s a sampling of Laura’s senior portraits…
What I love about my job (well one of the many things I love about being a photographer) is when I get to watch and capture the changes in families. I photographed Kristin’s sister Michaelia’s senior portraits a few years ago, and I photographed this family in their backyard in Holbrook last summer. Kristin came down to Scusset Beach on a gorgeous evening for her senior portraits. Kristin will be a senior at Blue Hills Tech and is hoping to attend Salem State next year! She’s got a great sense of style – so fun to photograph!
Here’s a sneak peek of some of Kristin’s senior portraits!
I’ve been photographing the most beautiful seniors lately! Kaylee came from Taunton to Scusset Beach for her senior portraits. Her mom, dad and sister came along, too – they were just the nicest family! Despite a breezy afternoon, Kaylee was so cute and photogenic and I couldn’t help but take lots of photos of her. Here’s a few of my favorites:
Kaylee was just elected Captain of B-P’s Cheer Squad – along with Olivia who I photographed last week. She brought all her Cheer gear – including the brand-new this year B-P Cheerleading outfit. Sooo cute!
It was a nice change for me to head to Onset Beach for Olivia’s Senior Portraits. Olivia and her family spend a good part of the summer in Pocasset, but they chose to go to Onset Beach – apparently that’s the first beach Olivia ever went to – when she was just 6 months old.
Olivia has beautiful green eyes that I wanted to bring out in her portraits. She also wore a really cute outfit that went with some of the colors of Onset Beach perfectly: