Lilly’s family reached out to me last year asking if I would be willing to do her senior photos. They told me she was bright, fun, and has eye lashes for days. They were so right, meeting Lilly was an absolute pleasure, and this girl is beyond gorgeous.
Lilly wanted her photos to be somewhere near and dear so she chose to start around her Mom’s old office in the North Loop. We started upstairs in the prop room which had trunks, leather chairs, and even a bathtub.
The North Loop is full of incredible textures, so we went outside to explore. We found different types of brick, old garage doors, and rusted metal vents. Lilly has thick, long hair that moved with her every step. Her beautiful brown eyes and dimples popped in each photo we took.
She was kind, humble, and so easy to work with. She was willing to walk anywhere and strike a pose on a moments notice. She felt very comfortable in front of the camera, and her family was there on the sideline to cheer her on.
Lilly- you are so kind and fun to be around. I know you will do great things in the future. Thank you for spending your afternoon walking around the North Loop with me. It was great getting to know you, and I hope we cross paths soon!
I love dabbling in Senior photography! Seniors are full of life and unafraid to stare right into the camera lens. They have a bright future ahead and are truly a breath of fresh air to be around. So if you have or know of a senior who needs photos, send them my way. Here are two other senior photo galleries from 2015. The first one took place in her home in St. Paul, and the second is from Loring Park.