Kaelah | Dallas Fort Worth Senior Photographer
A few months ago, I ran a contest on Facebook for a complimentary Senior Session. Kaelah was the lucky girl to win and I am so excited that I got to be her Senior Photographer. Kaelah attends Godley High School and will be graduating this spring. She was really looking forward to her session and I think her mom was equally as excited. We met at a location that we chose together made a plan for the outfits that she brought. What she didn’t know before this day was that I had one extra thing as a surprise for her. Her mom had seen some of the tulle skirts I have for some other clients and told me how much Kaelah loves tulle skirts. So I loaded one of them up and showed it to her at the beginning of her session. She was over the moon excited… I think it was just right for her.
Class of 2017 – Godley High School – Kaelah
Kaelah is a precious girl and I really enjoyed getting to know a little more about her. She attends her local church and is involved in the small groups and youth group. You can see her faith has carried her thru her life and that faith will continue to be the driving force in her life. Kaelah was super shy when we got started with her session – but my job as her Senior Photographer, I was determined I was going to get her out of her little shell. She is silly and has a beautiful laugh. It was long before we were sitting on the ground laughing with each other. Thank goodness she doesn’t know I’m really not that funny. Kaelah also has Aspergers… but let me just tell you – it will not stop her. This challenge she has been given makes her beautifully unique. She is strong, determined and resilient. Her sweet soul was a blessing to photograph.
Senior Photographer, Kaelah and the girls
Kaelah’s mom and younger sister came with her to her senior session. I’m not certain who was more excited… Kaelah or her little sister. The girls in this family are so sweet. We had a great time during her session and both her sister and her mom were so helpful. As we were packing up to leave for the day, her little sister asked to try on the tulle skirt. She loved feeling extra girly, but quickly admitted it was just a little too itchy. My hope is that in a few short years, I will be lucky enough to photograph Kaelah’s little sister as a graduate. Mom, Jennifer, thank you for entering the contest and allowing me to document Kaelah’s big moment as a high school graduate. Being her senior photographer was a great thing and I truly hope that she loves her images.
Senior Photographer – Beautiful Evolutions
Do you have a graduate for the class of 2017 or 2018? I would love to chat with you and photograph your senior. Head over to the main website and see some of our recent seniors. Beautiful Evolutions – Seniors.
Kaelah – I wish you all the happiness in the world and look forward to watching you continue to grow.