Shannon was introduced to me by Carolin, one of my former Street Team models, who grew up with her since childhood. Their moms were college room-mates and had kids at the same time and have remained close friends ever since. I knew that we were going to hit it off since I liked everything about Carolin’s family and knew that if they were good friends then we would get along great too.
From the first time I met Shannon and her mom, Mona I felt comfortable with them right away. Mona is hysterically funny and kept me laughing throughout our whole meeting. She said that she and Shannon had been following me online and how excited they were to work with me and to get started with the modeling team too.
Shannon is a confident, laid back girl who rides horses and wants to study criminal law in college. She is a rising senior at Broadneck High School in Annapolis and although she considered doing her senior shoot in Annapolis, she ended up choosing the Howard County Conservancy because it had the country look she was going for. Each model shoot we’ve done together she’s brought or worn her cowgirl boots so I knew this location was going to be the perfect spot for her.
She arrived the evening of her shoot with her boyfriend who was a perfect gentlemen and offered to carry our equipment for us from spot to spot. He assisted with the reflector to get the perfect lighting on Shannon’s face and even mastered how to fold it back up to return it to its bag which is something that I even struggle with being able to do! LOL
All in all it was a wonderful evening and my greatest challenge was deciding which photos to show her family because there SO MANY good ones to choose from. With a height of 6’1 and a gorgeous face even with no makeup on at all she was a natural model from the start. I’m so excited to show her family the final images and to see how they decide to use them! For senior inquiries, call the studio at 443-900-5170 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We do our senior sessions on Saturday mornings and Sunday evenings. I currently have 2 spots left in August and am now booking for September as well. The last weekend in October will be the last opportunity to have portraits taken for the year and then we will resume the sessions again next spring.