Delaware Hayes High School: Fall Senior Portraits For Drew

When Drew and I first talked about her high school senior portrait session, she was looking for the colors of the fall foliage as the backdrop. I chatted with this Delaware Hayes senior on the phone about her photos early in September. We agreed that an October portrait session would be the best time to try and catch the leaves changing on the trees. With our crazy Ohio weather, you never know what each day will bring and I’m glad the leaves were just starting to change colors for her photographs. I gave her a ton of options for locations that would suit her and she, like many of my seniors, picked Creekside Plaza in Gahanna.

What a doll Drew is! She is just adorable and was so much fun to photograph. She brought along a few different outfit changes and they were all so different, yet so suited to her. She definitely has great style. My favorite outfit was her “motorcycle outfit” that I had her wear while I was photographing her in the plaza. Decked out in a black leather vest, cool jeans and some fun black boots, she looked like she was ready to get on a bike and go for a ride.

At one point while she was changing shoes, I caught a peek of a tattoo on her foot. We ended up in a whole conversation about body art and learned we had something in common, we both have three tattoos! We agreed that after your first one, it becomes addicting and it’s hard not to keep getting more.

Drew, thank  you so much for choosing me for your high school senior photos! You were a sweetheart to work with during your session. Good luck on the rest of your senior year at Hayes High School and I am sure the future will hold many exciting things for you!

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