I hope everyone had an awesome weekend! My weekend was spent photographing a gorgeous wedding in Philly on Saturday, and now Jay and I are down in Florida for a few days. He has a work conference he’s attending, so I invited myself along for the ride. That’s the advantage of being your own boss and being able to work from anywhere! Because I’m definitely working all day. NOT spending time at the pool. That’s what we’ll keep telling ourselves;)
Next up on the blog is the beautiful Taylor! She’s another Class of 2017 senior at Cumberland Valley High School, and I just love this girl. I had so much fun exploring new places with her during her shoot. Because I love asking every senior I work with this question, here is Taylor’s definition of true beauty: “You know, true beauty is having the confidence to know that you’re perfect. As cliché as it is, it really only matters what is on the inside because you cannot pick what you look like but you can pick who you want to be as a person. In the end you have the decision to do great things for yourself and for other people all based on your intellectual qualities and that by far outweighs having a perfect face or hair or eyes or body. Be yourself because that’s all that you can be! There is no other way to have true beauty than to own what you have.”
So well said! Here are a few of my favorites from Taylor’s senior session!
I love when girls want to incorporate water into their shoot! I’m always game:)
While Taylor was getting her makeup done, she mentioned how she wished we had fields of sunflowers around us, because she love them so much. During her shoot we happened to walk past a patch of sunflowers in the middle of a little town – it was meant to be!
One of my favorites!
I loved this series below!
And here is a little bit about the impact Taylor wants to make on the world: “I know that I can’t make an impact on the world but if I had the ability to at least positively impact one person’s life then I know that I did something right for the world.”
Congrats on your senior year, Taylor!