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The other day Tami  and I got to hang out with a really awesome couple.  Christopher is teaching the youth of America at one of Mississippi’s finest high schools (I am not going to name it, but we are very partial to the school district and photograph lots of seniors there).  Chelsey is in grad school at Millsaps studying religious studies.  Naturally they wanted to do pictures at Millsaps.  We have never photographed on the campus before and were pleasantly suprised when we got there.  It seemed every corner we went around, there was something even more awesome to use in photographs.  What a beautiful campus and I can’t wait for our next engagement session that brings us back there.  We had so much fun hanging out with you guys and are looking forward to your Oxford wedding next summer.

 

 

 

 

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Connor is one of my favorite seniors this year.  We have really gotten a chance to know him since I am helping with his senior project this year and he even made a guest appearance at my son’s birthday party as spiderman (Henry loved it and still hasn’t stopped talking about the birthday party with spiderman).  I can’t say enough of how highly we think of him.  Not only is he a superstar football player for Northwest Rankin, Connor is also a great leader and mentor with youth in the church.  We always encourage our seniors to bring friends since these are fun sessions.  This  session was over the top crazy fun as you will see.

 

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  • October 31, 2012 - 11:24 am

    Pam - These are GREAT!!! The last few are definitely favorites!!!

We had so much fun with this senior session the other day.  We had photographed his older sister’s wedding a couple of years back, so it was like hanging out with old friends.  Zach is a senior in Clinton and one of his favorite sports is golfing.  I will have to admit I really like golfing, but stink at it horribly.  Zach on the other hand is very good at it.  I had to ask him to slow his swing down during the bunker shot just to catch it!  We wish you the best of luck this senior year and in your future.

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  • October 16, 2012 - 8:41 pm

    Susan - These are so great. I can not wait to see the rest. You guys are awesome. Thanks so much.

We always love when brides want to incorporate important landmarks in their engagement session. You can imagine our excitement when Sydney suggested we meet up at the home her grandparents owned for over fifty years. Since Sydney hasn’t been able to do much wedding planning in person with her mother she wanted to be able to surprise her with photos taken at her childhood home. The current homeowners were more than happy to open their home up and be a part of her surprise. This home has held many wonderful memories for Sydney’s family and we were so glad to be able to give them one more memory here.

 

 

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The other day, Stephen and I got a chance to hang out with Shelby for the evening and take some really great senior portraits.  We were lucky the session even happened since poor Shelby was a little under the weather.  She is one tough cookie, we didn’t even know she wasn’t feeling well until the end of the session!  This had to be one of the easiest session we have ever done.  Shelby is such a natural in front of the camera and most of the poses were her idea.  Her friends describe her as: Quirky, Godly, Hilarious, Talented,  and Beautiful!  We agree, she is one of the most beautiful (inside and out) seniors we have had the privilege of photographing.

 

 

 

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  • September 13, 2012 - 3:51 pm

    PR - Great job! Love the lighting on the truck…

  • October 6, 2012 - 8:54 pm

    Heather Stockett - Awesome session! Love the photos with the truck!

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