Senior Season 2014

It’s that time of year again!  For the next few months I’ll be traipsing all about the countryside with beautiful young people who are counting down the days until graduation.  Most of them will be high school seniors, but I’m hoping to have a few college grads as well.

If you are one of those prospective grads (or you happen to know one you’d like to have photographed), give me a call and let’s get you in front of my camera!  This year I’m offering two different types of sessions:  a 30-minute Standard Session or a 1+-hour Extended Session.  Check out options and pricing here.  We can shoot locally or head to a location outside of Brazoria County for an additional fee.  AND session fees are good for up to 6 people, so we can either focus exclusively on you or friends can come along and split the session with you!

I’ll be wrapping up all senior sessions by April 19, so DO NOT DILLY-DALLY.

Since I just finished editing the lovely Becca’s gallery, I’ll begin by sharing some of my favorites from her Extended Session.  We found all sorts of interesting places to shoot, and she lit up every single one of them.

I can’t wait to work with YOU and mark this special milestone!

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Dixieland

Meet Dixie!  Adorable all on her own, this sweet baby doesn’t yet realize that her name makes her even more so.

Anyone who knows this lady can vouch for that.  She’s pretty adorable herself.

Great-grandma Dixie has passed along all sorts of marvelous qualities to her ever-expanding family.

Most importantly, she’s passed along her tremendous ability to LOVE.

But then there’s also her GREAT SENSE OF HUMOR and TENDER, CALMING TOUCH.

Baby Dixie is the newest, sparkliest jewel in the crown of Momo Dixie and the apple of her mama and daddy’s eyes.

How could she not be?

Oh my, what a wonderful life

Just like a Dixie lullaby

“Dixie Lullaby” – Pat Green

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Showtime

13 people on stage.

1600+ people who’d come to Denver’s Ogden Theatre to hear them sing.

And sing they did!

They sang …

… they stomped …

… they hollered …

… they drummed …

… they strummed …

… they harmonized …

… they danced …

… they pounded …

… and they thoroughly outdid themselves.

I think you’ll need video to really get a sense of the evening.  Here’s their big finish:

If you’re interested in more video, CLICK HERE for a playlist including several more songs.

The crowd was terrific, especially those mashed up right in front of the stage with me …

… and The Oh Hellos had the time of their lives.

The band came back for an encore with Hello My Old Heart, the song Denver considers their big hit.

As one of their steadiest supporters listened from backstage …

… the band launched into the joyous ending to a most tremendous evening.

The set list was handed to an audience member …

… and the band soaked it all up for one last moment before saying goodnight.

What began with two artists two years ago …

… has expanded to include the gifts and efforts of several more.

Speaking as their #1 fan, I can honestly say that this performance and the joy pouring from these faces nearly made my heart burst into a million pieces.  Truly I was blessed to be a part of it and continue to look forward to much more to come!

Linda Hagerman - January 9, 2014 - 8:54 pm

It was truly exhilarating. You did an amazing job capturing the “moments”. What was the biggest surprise to me was the diversity of the crowd – combination of young and old.

Cannot wait for their 2014 schedule!

Joe - January 10, 2014 - 7:49 am

Laurie,

You and Curtis are so lucky! Please let me and Barbara know when the Oh Hellos get within 1000 miles or so of Atlanta. We’d like to share this joy again.
Joe

Exciting images of contagious joy in motion!!!

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