Kimberly graduate from Anderson University just a week ago. I loved my time with her, getting to walk around AU's beautiful campus and catch up with her! We almost did more chatting than picture taking. ;)Read More
Mary Catherine was so much fun to photograph! She is an absolute natural at looking gorgeous in front of the camera. We spent some time with her and her mom, roaming around Converse College. What a charming campus. Beautiful brick, white columns, a huge rose garden, fountains, and so much character.
Evan's graduation portraits were my very first on Clemson's campus. I was excited to take his portraits because I just did his sister Kalyn's portraits last Fall when she graduated from Anderson University. Luckily, the rain held off for Evan's and we had perfect weather for his shoot! I just loved how excited he was when I showed him the back of my camera and he saw some of the really cool shots we got! Thanks, Evan, for being such a great sport!Read More
Last week, I got to venture around my beautiful Alma Mater with my brother. How in the world is it already time for his graduation portraits?? (And how in the world has it been almost THREE years since my own graduation!?) It feels like just yesterday, he was a freshman and I was a senior, worrying about him transitioning and making friends at AU.
Y'all, time sure does fly!...
Kalyn is graduating from Anderson University in just a few short months. She has worked hard as an education major and you can tell she has a heart for her special needs students that she is student-teaching with. Kalyn and I have a mutual friend in common, my sweet college suite mate Amber. We also realized what a small world it is, because Kalyn's father is a board member where I work, at Haven of Rest.
I so enjoyed spending time getting to know Kalyn and just love her portraits on AU's campus and at McConnell Hall Plantation.
Since we live in my college town and my baby brother is beginning his senior year today at my Alma Mater, college is on my mind. I want to take a quick minute and encourage all the Anderson University students who are starting their senior year, bright eyed and maybe a little oblivious to how quickly this year will fly by.Read More