Alexandra was one of my Class of 2015 Senior Models from Canal Winchester High School and I have to say she was great! Needless to say, she was very comfortable in front of the camera!
Holiday Mini Sessions are back!
We will update this page with session time availability. You’ll want to book your session quick before they are gone!
All sessions are booked on Sunday, November 16th. We will be shooting outdoors at a park located either in or close to Gahanna. If the weather keeps us inside – all sessions will be in the Gahanna Studio.
9:30 AM – BOOKED
- 10:00 AM – Available
- 11:00 AM – Available
- 12:00 PM – Available
12:30 PM – BOOKED
- 1:00 PM – Available
1:30 PM – BOOKED 2:00 PM – BOOKED
- 2:30 PM – Available
3:00 PM - BOOKED
You will want to call the studio at (614) 655-3511 or fill out the Request a Session form to reserve your session time.
Alitzah just graduated from Gahanna Lincoln High School and is well on her way to becoming a young rockstar! She happens to be Miss Teen Ohio and has chosen ME to be her official photographer! We ventured downtown to shoot a quick urban session. It’s hard to believe these places are only 8 minutes from Gahanna! I can’t wait to work with Alitzah again.
Cecelia was referred to me for her Senior Pictures by one of my Class of 2014 Senior Models. She is a Senior at Bishop Hartley High School and is heavily involved with the Drama Club productions and In the Know. When we met they were working on the fall performance of “Murder in a Nunnery” which seemed perfect since the premier was on Halloween night! Cecelia wanted to venture down town to Bicentennial park where she has made memories swinging on the swings overlooking the Scioto River. I think we did a pretty good job of capturing her in her happy place! Good luck Cecelia!
Jennifer called the studio after seeing our new street sign along Granville Street in Gahanna. We chatted a bit and setup a session date to photograph her family. She pre-warned me that she has 3 year old twins and that they might be a handful! Having my own 3 year old at home, I was pretty sure I could handle whatever they had to throw at me. The little guys did great. We walked the bike path, explored some fields, had a leaf fight and tried to stay away from the Grumpy Old Troll that lives under the bridge. (Incase you don’t have a 3 year old the Grump Old Troll is a Dora the Explorer reference)
I can’t wait to see what images Jennifer picks from the session. I had a hard time weeding them down to a manageable number. Here’s a sneak peek.