Posts Tagged ‘Kansas City Crossroads Art District senior portraits’

Nick J | Kansas City Crossroads senior portraits

November 15th, 2012

Meet Nick, an awesome hockey player from Rockhurst with one AWESOME car. I had a lot of fun shooting around the Crossroads with Nick (if you could SEE some of our outtakes!) and here’s just a sampling of what we came away with!

 

Meet Nick, an awesome hockey player from Rockhurst with one AWESOME car. I had a lot of fun shooting around the Crossroads with Nick (if you could SEE some of our outtakes!) and here’s just a sampling of what we came away with!

Kansas City crossroads senior photos

Kansas City crossroads senior photos

Kansas City crossroads senior photos

Kansas City crossroads senior photos

Kansas City crossroads senior photos

Kansas City crossroads senior photos

Kansas City crossroads senior photos

Kansas City crossroads senior photos

Kansas City crossroads senior photos

Kansas City crossroads senior photos

Kansas City crossroads senior photos

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Dexter C: senior session | Crossroads Art District

September 23rd, 2010

Winding down this whirlwind week of blogging shoots and weddings (yep, I’ve been a BIT busy…) is Dexter’s senior session, shot Tuesday night in the Crossroads Art District. Dexter is a senior at Olathe Northwest where he plays basketball and baseball – and is awaiting scholarship offers to continue his athletic career in college. All […]

 

Winding down this whirlwind week of blogging shoots and weddings (yep, I’ve been a BIT busy…) is Dexter’s senior session, shot Tuesday night in the Crossroads Art District. Dexter is a senior at Olathe Northwest where he plays basketball and baseball – and is awaiting scholarship offers to continue his athletic career in college. All I’m gonna say about this shoot is….what a photogenic kid! (and yes I feel very old referring to a high school senior as a kid – but I’ve come to the realization that I was in college when this year’s class was BORN….) Probably one of the funniest moments in a shoot in recent history occurred when I had Dexter give me a serious face then asked him to smile – the transition from serious to smile involved a little chin-up nod. A-freaking-dorable. 🙂

Crossroads Art District senior photography

Crossroads Art District senior photographs

Crossroads Art District senior photographers

Crossroads Art District senior photographer

Crossroads Art District senior photos

Crossroads Art District senior portraits

Crossroads Art District senior photography

Crossroads Art District senior photographers

Crossroads Art District senior photos

Crossroads Art District senior photography

Crossroads Art District senior photographers

Crossroads Art District senior photographer

Crossroads Art District senior portraits

Crossroads Art District senior photography