Cue the confetti… the Class of 2020 is about to graduate! Here are some of my favorite images- The best of 2020 Seniors!
My Senior Rep Team:
This amazing group of 9 ladies were my first ever Photography by Michelle Senior Rep team. We did several photoshoots throughout the year and had so much fun! As soon as our “stay at home” order is lifted we will finish our year with our final session- “Cap and gown/ College T-shirts”! I have been so honored to get to know these girls this year, capture their memories, and invest in their lives! Here is the blog post from our first session together!
Here are some photos from our fun session at The Wilson County Fair!
I had the privilege of photographing 28 seniors this year! Over the past couple days I spent hours pouring through their galleries trying to choose some of my favorite images! I had a really hard time choosing “favorites” but had the best time reliving each session! Such a sucker for open fields with wild flowers and LOVE huge willow trees!
I pride myself on trying really hard to make each senior’s session unique! Picking locations, helping to style outfits, and thinking of props that really tell THEIR STORY!
These black and white images are some of my favs!
Any time I can incorporate beautiful flowers into a session I will! Lavender, sunflowers, and hydrangeas are always welcome!
Adding bright colors and finding amazing murals and colorful walls!
The best of 2020 seniors- athlete edition! Many of these kids are AMAZING athletes, some even going on to play at the next level! Football, volleyball, and dance are just some of the sports my 2020 seniors will play/do in college!
Is it obvious I love the serious faces for black and white images!
Most of my seniors do their session in the summer (because of yearbook submission deadlines), but Fall sessions are also very popular!
A message to seniors:
I am sure this is not the ending the Class of 2020 Seniors thought you would have… in quarantine, completing classes online, Prom and Graduation still a question mark. Your strength is not going unnoticed- it’s okay to be sad, to cry, to be mad. But know this… you are strong- things will get better. It might be stormy now, but it can’t rain forever.
In conclusion, I hope you have enjoyed my “The best of 2020 Seniors!” blog post! I love these kids and can’t wait to see what they do in the future!