Lexzie- Littleton Senior Photographer
I hit the lottery when it comes to Seniors this year. I know Littleton and Denver have the best kids around, but I got the best of the best! Meet sweet Lexzie.
We did a VERY last minute session in a little bit of a panic as her yearbook photo was due in less than a week. She contacted me Saturday and we did the session on Monday and I had the images ready for her to submit to the yearbook the next day! It is wonderful when the stars align and things come together so quickly.
This young lady was pure joy to work with. The thing I loved most about Lexzie was that she knew herself and was completely comfortable with who she is. It was so refreshing. Just look at that cute crinkle nose smile.
Don’t you just love her shocking pink hair. It compliments her and her personality so well.
She could have a career in modeling.
Can I just say that my 90’s high school self is so glad that flannels are back in style again.
She said she didn’t know how to pose for pictures, but I beg to differ. She was a natural!
I guarantee that there will be one time during your session with me that you will be skeptical of what I ask you to do. Like when I told Lexzie to lay down on the dock. But trust me…..they will turn out as good as these did.
Dogs were a huge theme for my seniors this year and I am here for it! Moka came along for some fun. I think he is a lot like Lexzie…..looks intimidating at first but then I swear he smiled for the photos.
I swooned when I saw his matching bandana. So cute, right?!
Lexzie plays hockey so we had to get some fierce looking photos. She said that she can be intimidating to people but she is SO nice. I laughed when she said a lot of people thought she was mean. She was so sweet and fun to hang out with!
Can we just pause for a moment and admire the gorgeous light which made Lexzie even more beautiful (as if that were possible)?
Here is the fierce look (and also a laugh because she couldn’t help herself).
Lexzie, thanks for trusting me with your senior photos. I hope your senior year has been amazing despite the suckiness of the world right now.