Posts with tag: "rochester ny photographer"
Friday, November 09, 2018
By Hayes Photography
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As a senior at Webster Schroeder HS, Nick is involved in a lot of things, but none more important to him than his world of music and theater.  I've been lucky enough to have known Nick for several years through the headshot photography work that I do for Webster Schroeder High School's musicals. He described himself as musical, social and kind and mom adds in respectful, motivated and always moving. Not bad character traits to have as he gets ready to head off into the world.

His choice for senior portraits was Webster Park where we mixed in a variety of backdrops and looks for his Experience Session.  We had a great day and the results, as you can see, were terrific.  He's a natural and certainly one of the nicest young men you'd ever want to meet!  

I want to thank Nick and his mom for choosing Hayes Photography for his senior portraits and wish him the very best for his senior year and beyond!!

Make sure to leave a comment for Nick 

Saturday, August 18, 2018
By Hayes Photography
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Toni Lynn came to me, as most of my participants did, curious about the project, but eager to help.  At first, she thought that it might be a story involving both she and her husband Dave.  You see Dave also works in the Webster Central School District.  He's the Assistant Superintendent for Administration and Human Resources, but after talking together to find out more about her, what makes her tick, her interests, she decided that focusing on her own story and that of her father as her inspiration was the best direction.  A math teacher during school time, her free time is spent caring for the family, but her outlet is running. Her father pushed her to be the best that she could be and she's taken that and soared, with her relationship with her husband and her children, her career and her running.  She's run over 13 marathons including the Boston Marathon in 2017.  It made perfect sense to invite her dad up to Webster to help her tell her story and on a perfect spring day she and her dad, ran.   

In her words:

A Letter to my dad.


You are my inspiration, my real life hero, and my biggest fan!  I couldn't have asked for a better role model growing up and throughout adulthood.  You have always been there to save the day or cheer me on.  Running has given us another common thread in the fabric of our family.  When you started running I was there to cheer you on or you would drag me through races!  As time has gone by, those roles have changed.   I know you are so incredibly proud of all that I do with my running and with my life.  I can only hope to be all of this to my own children.  

Love you,

Toni Lynn


Toni Lynn Swinson

Math Teacher

Spry Middle School


To find out more about this diverse photography project Click Here and read other participant's stories prior to this one.  Thanks for visiting and leave a comment!!!