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Lake Nona Senior Photographer/ Ian’s Sneak Peek

I had a great time meeting up with Ian for his senior portraits! I love that we did some special portraits with both of his rescue dogs as well as his cello at our Lake Nona area studio! Two totally different looks in one portrait session.

Lake Nona Senior Photographer/ Brennan

It’s that time of the year where the Class of 23 is taking their Senior Portraits! I’ve known Brennan for years as he was our neighbor in the Lake Nona area for many years. We decided to do his portraits close to home but at a location that looked a bit more techy. Brennan is planning to study technology in college so it’s fitting!

Some of my personal favorites are the computer portraits and the photos with the Lake Nona mural! We had amazing light for his portrait evening. Go Lions!

Orlando Family Photographer/ The L Family Sneak Peek

It was so wonderful to see this beautiful family in Winter Park, Florida recently! Our last session together was in 2019 so these boys have grown up a bit and were so wonderful for their family portraits. I love the laughs we got of them together, such sweet brotherly love! And props to the family for being super flexible with the weather! We were scheduled for an evening session and with the uncertainty of the Central Florida weather we moved it up to the morning where we had the most glorious outdoor natural light for family portraits!

Orlando Family Photographer/ The D Family Portraits

This family is so good about booking and doing their family portraits every year! The collection I know this momma has right now is incredible as I’ve been photographing them for quite a few years now and would need to count backwards but I know little brother was a toddler at the time! This year we met up at a beautiful location in Lake Nona, Florida and had an incredibly beautiful evening with an amazing sunset! You wouldn’t even know that a dark cloudy lingered over us and we felt sprinkles for about two minutes! We definitely lucked out and it went away (or maybe we ran to the other side of the street to escape it!)