Every year we head to my aunt and uncle’s farm in Ohio for a mini family reunion. It’s so much fun for everyone, the adults get to eat, fish, swim, and drink a few beers while the dogs (Oz especially) run wild getting into tall grass, mud and general shenanigans. They put us all up and put up with us, providing beds and food. We look forward to it every year and this year when they asked if I’d be interested in shooting some senior portraits for my cousin Sam, I didn’t hesitate. After months of mainly shooting Evie I loved the new challenge. Not that it was too much of a challenge with such a gorgeous subject. There are some good genes on my family tree!
We had a great time using the rural backdrop to highlight Sam’s country roots with her rock n roll heart. She definitely has a great sense of style and I loved how she could switch from vintage rock to glam rock in an instant and looked amazing either way! It was a great session, good luck in your senior year Sam!
Thanks to the guys for dragging this chair out for us!
And thanks to the dogs for their constant photo bombs 🙂
Sam has the cutest little morkie, just a little diva of a pup and of course we got her in on the fun!
Also, PS, as soon as I got back to Chicago I went out and bought colored pants – they are amazing, everyone should get a pair!
Sam, you are so beautiful, really. May you have everything you wish from your future!