Jax’s senior model sessions were a blast to photograph. She’s smart, creative, fun, and not afraid to wade in. She also brought along her adorable puppy. I always love included dogs in portraits. It was her idea to get covered in paint for her studio shoot, and I was happy to oblige. We set up a canvas and got to work spattering colored paint all over the place and shooting portraits as we went. I love when my clients raise the bar and bring their creative vision to the shoot. It makes collaborating that much more rewarding.
Jax is a busy young woman. While in school, she was the National Art Honor Society President, a member of the Junior Lion’s Club and the Interact Rotary Club, and she tutored and babysat in her spare time. At the time of her session, she was deciding between Dartmouth, Brown/RISD, Wesleyan, and Skidmore. She wants to enter premed as bio-chemistry major with an art minor. She dreams of becoming an anesthesiologist. Although she’s excited for what the future brings, she will miss the close friends she’s made so far in life. I have no doubt that Jax will have no problem meeting new friends where ever she ends up. I wish her all the best.
At Steve Holmes Photography, we are all about making your session personal. What makes you come alive? Is it a special place, kisses from your dog or a sport you can’t live without? Let’s capture you in your element, where the photos will feel authentically, beautifully you. I look forward to seeing your ideas and passions come to life. For inspiration, I invite you to check out other sessions on my blog and then get in touch to set up your session today.