I've known Caitlin's family for almost a decade; I've seen her growing up and becoming a lovely young woman. She's very busy with school, working TWO jobs and doing volunteering work... so it was challenging to schedule her session, to the point that I almost thought it wouldn't happen.
Finally, we managed to get together, and the weather didn't fully cooperate (her little brother even had to hold the umbrella over me so I could keep shooting... Thanks Chase!). Caitlin never complained despite the cold, and the high wind didn't make it easy for her to keep her hair under control, but that created a beautiful movement. I love senior sessions, because clients wear the cutest and most stylish outfits, and Caitlin made some great styling choices :)
To be honest, Jake wasn't too keen on having his senior pictures done. He's really not into anything related to his senior year... But to please his mom, he went along with this session :) This was quite special for me, as I've known Jake since he was a preteen, and I've got to watch him growing up. He has always been a good kid, and he's becoming a fine young man.
And this photograph below is Jake's "official" senior picture!
If like me, you are unfamiliar with classic English literature, you might wonder who Miss Havisham is (personally, I grew up with French literature :) Catherine of Davis and Main lifestyle blog was inspired by this Charles Dickens' character from his Great Expectations Novel. Miss Havisham was actually a wealthy spinster who lived in a ruined mansion.
To fit the theme, I opted for a darker editing style, as Great Expectations certainly isn't a fairytale. It was fun for me to do something different, and I love shooting for Davis and Main anyway.
I am a French expat living in the USA, more precisely