Thursday, May 17, 2012

Sarah T.

It was back to Des Peres Park for another shoot.  This time, it was Sarah.  Sarah was a student of mine a couple of years ago.  She's a bright scholar and recent recipient of the "Best Math Student" award at KHS.  She's a super-nice kid who's potential is unlimited.  I'm sure, in time, we'll hear about some amazing things she's accomplished.

Mom joined us and was a big help holding the reflector.  She took the challenge of folding it up when we were done and nailed it.  I can see where Sarah gets her smarts!

Thanks for your trust, Sarah.  I had a blast, and you were amazing!

Monday, May 14, 2012

Kelli M.

Well, we've been trying to get this scheduled for quite a while now, but it couldn't have worked out better.  The weather was perfect and Kelli picked a great location.  I hadn't been by this park in a few years, and it sure was different than what I remembered. . .
We started out on the wooden walkway, then worked our way around the lake.  "Get off the picnic table and head to the bridge."  : )

We finished up at a building that had some really cool doors.

Kelli, you did a great job.  It's hard to believe your senior year is almost over.  I've enjoyed the times we've spent together and appreciated getting to spend this evening with you. . . Thanks.

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Morgan D. & Albert

Morgan is a sweet kid, and obviously beautiful.  It was a warm evening, and it was hard to believe that just a week ago we were wearing sweatshirts.  Summer is almost here. . .

Morgan had only one request, that she be able to bring along one of her 3 rescue dogs.  This one was introduced as the 100 lb. basset hound. . .  I asked if per chance, he was named after Albert Pujols, and Morgan said, "No, we think it was "Fat Albert"". . . I had a good laugh over that one.

Everything about shooting Morgan was easy.  Where ever you put her, she looks great.  Albert was a great sport until he got tired, then he just plunked down and decided he was done.

Morgan, thanks for letting me spend some time with you outside the classroom.  I'm rooting for you and hope things go great next year at Missouri State.