Shooting with the daughter of one of my favorite professors who was also my academic advisor and all-around life mentor was just about the best thing ever. Seriously though, when did high school students get so cool? I don't know if it's just the fact that I'm living in Portland now, but I definitely was a lot less awesome when I was a senior in high school. Anyway, we had a ton of fun spending the afternoon walking around Lower Macleay Park and NW 23rd - it was a blast!
Over the last several months I've had the chance to photograph a number of students, many of whom I also had the pleasure of studying alongside at Lewis & Clark College. It's always a treat getting to shoot at Lewis & Clark because the campus and the surrounding area is so lush and idyllic it's out of control. And I'm so happy that word of my pictures is spreading because it means I'll have an excuse to go back even more often and spend more time on campus. So a big thank
My first official assignment for Lewis & Clark as a freelancer - very exciting stuff. As an aspiring law student, it was a lot of fun for me to see these students graduate in their regal purple robes - it's crazy to think that I'll get to do that in a few years! Congrats to the Lewis & Clark Law Class of 2015! #LewisClark #Campus #Graduation #Event #LawSchool
I graduated today! Holy shit! Over the last few months I've had an awesome time taking senior portraits for a bunch of other Class of 2015 friends. One of my favorite things about Lewis & Clark has been it's one-of-a-kind beautiful campus in the woods. It's a great spot for photography and I had a awesome time trying to find the best spots for portraits among the trees and stone. It's been a wild ride, Lewis & Clark - thanks for all the good times. #Graduation #SeniorPor
As part of Senior Experience, the Career Center at Lewis & Clark put on an event to provide informal networking opportunities and tips on professional appearance and etiquette for graduating seniors. They hired me to give each attendee the opportunity to have a professional portrait taken for LinkedIn. I had never done photo booth style portraits in such quick succession for so many people before, so it was a great learning opportunity for me and I think it went over pretty