I've acquired clients from many sections of my life (work, friends, etc.) but this was the first time my Boston Terrier, Scout, had gotten me a job. Scout was our first Boston Terrier and less than a year old when we met Jessica and her Boston Terrier, Dexter, at the Amazon Small Dog Park. Scout and Dexter instantly got along as they both have tons of energy and like to run. I feel that "run" isn't even the best way to describe it. Scout will literally sprint, mouth open, tongue flying wildly in the wind, making a giant circle while all the other dogs attempt to keep up. We soon learned, other Bostons liked to do the same thing and decided to start our own club for Bostons and their owners. It's pretty simple, we share photos, ask questions, and mention when we are going to the dog park on our group page. It's an easy way for us new Boston Terrier owners to stay connected and get together and now we have 66 human members and a few less in Boston Terriers and Boston mixes! All because Jessica and I met at the dog park on a cloudy, Eugene day.
So when Jessica asked me about taking her daughter's senior photos, I was thrilled! Senior photos are such a fun, unique photo session because the focus is on just one person and who they are at a significant milestone in their life. It is especially important to capture and reveal this individual personality in a frozen moment which can be more difficult than it sounds. Drisana knew exactly what she wanted but was also open to suggestion which was really refreshing. Most folks are uncomfortable in front of the lens but she was confident and had a killer outfit (that hat had a personality of it's own).
I also discovered a new location thanks to this shoot, Jessica and Drisana chose Hendrick's Park for the setting it was perfect! I hope to do more senior sessions AND sessions at Hendrick's Park in the future.
Here are some of my favorite shots of Drisana:
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