Treston | Senior Portraits

November 17, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

Happy Tuesday everyone!  I'm catching up on blogging some of my sessions from this fall over the next week or two, and today you get a peek into Treston's senior session!  Enjoy! Treston is passionate about music, particularly jazz.  He plays the saxophone, so naturally I had him play for a minute while I shot.  It sounded beautiful and reminded me how important it is to bless the world around us with the gifts and passions we have.

Love the shot above!

Happy Senior Year, Treston! It was so fun to have you in front of my lens!


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