Maggie and Bree go to different schools, both with great soccer programs. From time to time, they have to compete against each other. But that doesn’t stop them from being best friends. I could tell from the beginning of the shoot that they are super close. As a result, we all had a great time in downtown Mansfield telling stories and laughing about silly stuff as we shot.
Ok, so that wasn’t my best lead-in line.
I’ve been close with Shea and his family for several years through church. I was excited to get the opportunity to do his portraits after I had a great shoot a couple years ago with his sister. We spent some time at the family farm, and I was very pleased with the results…even though the conditions were kind of dreary.
I had the opportunity to shoot Caitlyn’s senior pictures right where she lives…on the family’s 19 acre ranch. I got to learn a lot about Caitlyn, and we had a good time shooting. Here are some of my favorite shots.
I had the opportunity to meet and shoot with Mason, the son of a friend of my family. He earned his nickname amongst his teammates due to his productivity on the soccer field. Here are some shots from his senior shoot.
I had the wonderful opportunity to shoot portraits for a couple of my soccer seniors recently. We watched the weather all week and got nervous because of the forecast. But when the day came, we couldn’t have asked for better conditions.
I can’t believe these two are seniors. They were but freshmen when I started my first full season with the Lady Colts.
Recently, some friends of mine played a show in downtown Mansfield, and I got the opportunity to shoot. I love the results.
I had the blessing of shooting with the 2013 seniors of the Lady Colts soccer team on Sunday. It’s wild to think that when I started photographing this team, they were freshmen. Now, they are grown up and ready to lead this team in the excellence that is Lady Colts soccer. Here are some shots from our session:
See the entire shoot (and order prints) here: