Posts with tag: "senior girl"
Tuesday, May 07, 2019
By Hayes Photography
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It's hard for me to believe this young lady is a high school senior!  I've known Mikah and her family since she was very little and although I have three children of my own and have seen them grow, graduate and begin their adult lives, each time I photograph a senior I've known for a long time, it makes me take pause.  There's nothing like watching kids grow up to make you feel old!

Photographing Mikah was nothing short of spectacular!  Despite the heat, Mikah was calm and cool as we worked our way around Locust Hill Country Club.  Why the country club?  Mikah, who spends a lot of time there, is an incredibly talented golfer and has been at it since she was 8 years old.  Among her numerous awards are back to back titles as champion for Section Five, Monroe County and All-Greater Rochester (2017 and 2018), Mikah's work ethic on the course is exceptional and it shows.

She and her mom chose the Deluxe session for her senior portraits which allowed for several locations with a huge variety of backdrops.  After a brief stop at her salon to touch up her make-up and curl her hair, we met at her second destination, the George Eastman Museum. She continued to shine in and among the gorgeous architecture and foliage of this iconic Rochester landmark. 

Mikah's plans for the fall are to attend William & Mary College in Virginia where she will become part of the NCAA Division 1 women's golf team.  I have no doubt she will continue to work hard and thrive in both her golfing career and the rigorous academic program the college offers.  A big thank you to mom (Courtney) and Mikah for choosing Hayes Photography for her senior portraits and best of luck in the fall and beyond!



Sunday, February 07, 2016
By Linda Dow Hayes
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Her mom describes her as compassionate, loving and sweet, but when asked how she'd describe herself in three words, Marie said creative, fun and caring.  Having known this girl for a few years, I'd have to agree with all of them.  One thing's for sure, that smile could light up a room!

I was fortunate enough to have photographed Marie's brother, Adam, a few years ago at Webster Park so when the choice of location came up, it was a no brainer to go with one of our most beautiful resources in Webster.  From waterfont interest, to woods and park settings, to architecture of the "hidden stairway" and the White House, this was a terrific spot to capture all the personality of this young lady.

Marie did an awesome job and I'm so pleased that she and her family chose Hayes Photography, once again, to capture this special time in her life!  All the best, Marie, for your senior year and for your future plans!!!