I was thrilled when Kerrigan's mom and dad contacted me about senior portraits! Well, I'm always thrilled when potential clients contact me, but especially so because I adore this family! I photographed their son, Andrew, from the class of 2016 and they were so very pleased with his images. Now it was Kerrigan's turn.
This girl is a rock star on the volleyball court so we HAD to have part of her session in the gym. Fortunately, the athletic office staff at WTHS is incredibly generous and made it available to us. Tess had some great ideas of what she wanted so we collaborated and the resulting images are nothing less than spectacular. I love working with my clients as a team! Kerrigan couldn't have done a better job posing. Her younger sister Makenna is a freshman at Mercy and also plays volleyball so it was a natural fit to get some terrific sibling images while we were there. Can't wait for her session in 2020!!!
For her main session, we headed to Highland Park where Warner Castle made a perfect backdrop for this gorgeous, confident young lady. Kerrigan has just the right attitude and feel for being in front of the camera and it truly shows in her senior pictures. Mom and dad were there again to watch and help, offer advice and keep the focus. It's one of the reasons why I love this family so much. They are involved in their children's lives wholeheartedly, respect and care for one another deeply and wouldn't miss a game or event ever!
Thank you so much to the Casper Family for choosing me to capture the truth and beauty of their lovely daughter. Congratulations and best of luck to Kerrigan for making history as the first Webster Thomas girls volleyball player to make it to a Division I school for volleyball at Rider University!! Way to go!!!
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