hunter's mission pictures

I took Hunter’s senior pictures last summer. We went urban and they turned out awesome. He is now prepping to head off to Argentina and teach the people there about Christ for the next two years. I couldn’t be more proud of him! Seems like a good thing to take pictures for, right?? He chose an amazing location with beautiful views. We even got some impromptu hiking in. Loved every moment!

team 2020's kyria

Kyria is different than my other TEAM 2020 girls. She is actually of the Class of 2021… which means I get to enjoy her for TWO years!!! Whaaaa? Are you as excited as me?!?1 When she approached me about NOT being an incoming senior and asked if she could still be part of TEAM 2020, I just couldn’t resist! I mean, who could tell this adorable face no!? I am beyond thrilled to hang out with this darling girl for the next few years. I see some fun times in our future!!

team 2020's abby

I have been super lucky to have taken pictures of Abby for a few years. I have also done her older brother’s senior pictures AND her older sister is one of my Class of 2019 Spokesmodels! I can’t wait to get to know Abby better. If there’s anything I’ve learned through shooting the last 11 years it’s that siblings are typically really different. Only once have I had siblings want the same location. Abby’s Senior Session this summer will NOT be a let down, I’m sure!


Maycee is amazing. She’s CRAZY talented in the dancing world and spends countless hours each week dancing and driving to and from her studio which is an hour away. She is somehow able to stay on top of her school work and be an amazing sister to her older brother and 4 younger siblings. I’ve known Mayc forever (almost) and I can attest to the fact that this girl has NEVER gone through an awkward stage or even taken a bad picture. (No you haven’t, Maycee!!) I CANNOT wait for her senior pictures… which, sadly, will be here before we know it. Love you so dang much, Maycee moo!! Please stop growing up just for a minute!!


This girl. There truly aren’t words to express how much I love her. She is a light to her family. She is a rock. She is soft spoken and kind. She is silly and so so so sweet. She is mature and wise beyond her years. My heart just melts for her and with each passing day I love her more.

She was there for Carter when he was diagnosed (they were only 5 and 6 years old!) and went through all of his cancer treatment by his side. She even dyed a lock of that beautiful hair green when he dyed his before he lost it all. They use to play for hours together… and still do sometimes. I adore every little bit of her. (And I wouldn’t be sad if she and Carter got married… don’t tell them I’m scheming to find a way! ;))