Category Archives: senior portrait photography

Linwood Estate Photographer: Becca’s Shippensburg Senior Portraits

Sophisticated & athletic with confidence, a sharp wit & “Mona Lisa smile”… When I first met with Becca I noticed a real sophistication and elegance about her.  As we walked through my process together, I suggested timeless, elegant options for her location, wardrobe, etc. that would accentuate her personality and personal style. The dresses she […]

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Shippensburg Senior Portrait Photographer: In the woods with Maggie

Shippensburg competitive distance swimmer, Maggie, has bright eyes, a stunning smile and great personality… It was soooo cold when we met in mid-November for Maggie’s senior portrait session.  Despite the conditions, which had Maggie bundling up between photos, the light and soft, muted colors are simply amazing this time of year!  Maggie is a swimmer, […]

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Shippensburg Portrait Photographer: Senior Hannah

Varsity Field hockey captain relaxed in the autumn woods and competing on the SU hockey field… Athletically and academically focused Hannah knew she wanted bridge as a background for her senior portraits.   I knew of this little footbridge in Middle Spring that was perfect for the natural look that she wanted for the session […]

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Chambersburg Senior Portrait Photographer: Amanda at Wilson

While Amanda is known for being a fierce athletic competitor, especially on the varsity volleyball court, during her senior portraits she wanted me to capture her natural, relaxed, “girly” side. Amanda has a positive, bubbly personality and was interested in exploring the grounds of Wilson college together during her senior portrait session… we found a […]

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Big Spring Senior Portrait Photographer: Jaymi in the country

A quiet country girl with a huge heart and old soul… When we talked about season and setting for her senior portraits, Jaymi knew that she wanted to incorporate the country with its fields, woods and  long winding roads.    Ideally she also wanted a barn and tire swing which we were very fortunate to […]

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