Writing about your best friend is always pretty easy, especially when she's as successful as this girl is. Sidney was always my go to girl during college; always there, by my side, and basically everyone else's side, if they needed her. Sid was always all over the place, all the time. Being a civil engineer was about the hardest thing you could major in in college, but she did it, and she did it with ease. She is now working for HP Civil in her hometown of Dallas, TX and rocking it as always. Sidney was involved in many different organizations in college, but one major one was Pi Beta Phi. She wasn't an ordinary member. She served on Executive Board for two years, one year as Vice President of Housing and one year as PRESIDENT. Let's talk about overachiever!!! I am so thankful to have gotten to know Sidney over the past four years and I am so grateful to have a life-long friend in her. Enjoy her gorgeous graduation session!
Breighanna was the kind of girl that lit up the camera just by her smile. She was an absolute joy to work with. We actually had to shoot twice because the first time we realized her cap was on backwards in some of the pictures (rookie mistake right?). Both times I loved having her behind my lens and I loved every image we got from her graduation session.
She was a psychology major and a French minor, so cool huh? Breighanna is attending graduate school in the fall for a master's entry nursing program. She loves to be around kids so her dream job would be to be a pediatric nurse in the psychiatric unit at Lurie Children's Hospital in Chicago. You go girl! Chase those dreams.
Good luck with all your endeavors and thank you for letting me capture such a big moment in your life.
After days of rescheduling due to weather and scheduling issues, I finally got to take this wonderful couple's engagement pictures. I'm sorry to my followers, but you have been seeing LOTS of Downtown Northport on this blog. I'm just a tad obsessed with it if you cannot tell. I am thankful for holidays that allow me to spend mine, doing what I love most, capturing people's love for one another. These two could light up any room that they step into. The way that Zac looks at his fiance just gives me butterflies that could fly from her to Mars. Christina + Zac go together like peanut butter and jelly, they just fit together perfectly. They are so fun to work with and I cannot wait to capture their wedding in October. They will be tying the knot at Cypress Inn, which is one of the most beautiful venues here in Tuscaloosa. I just can't wait to capture their love again!
Here are a few of my favorites from their session!
Meeting Ansley and Kathryn was a cherry on top to my graduation sessions this winter semester. They were two of the sweetest souls I have ever met and were such a joy to work with. These girls were very light hearted and were so easy go lucky, which made the session an absolute blast.
Ansley is a girl that you definitely should meet. Her smile radiates through the camera and her laugh was contagious. She studied English with a minor in American Studies at Alabama and will be attending The University of Georgia Law School this fall. Congratulations smarty pants! Ansley's dream job would be working at a big law firm, where she could partake in entertainment law for the music industry. For now, her big goals are to work for a firm in Atlanta after graduating from law school with a Juris Doctor Degree. As all graduates may say, she has said that her favorite pastime since graduation has been sleeping. I can totally imagine because I know that's what I will be doing come May!
And Kathryn! Wow, this girl was a total sweetheart. She was up for anything, especially popping a bottle of champagne to celebrate their graduation. Kathryn majored in Advertising with a minor in Computer Science. After graduation, she took a ten day trip to Israel and now she is working at her new job in New York City. How awesome is that? She says that she misses Guthrie's chicken fingers, double liquor drinks that only cost $7, and a free gym membership at Alabama. Definitely all things I'll miss once I'm gone as well.
Congratulations girls! You guys are both going very far in your fields.