Senior, Alex, was home from school in Minnesota over spring break and her mom thought it would be a good time to have her senior portraits taken. I must say, Alex was one of the easiest seniors we have ever had the pleasure of photographing. She would literally giggle on command. It was almost as if her natural state of being was giggling and she had to try to stop for the rest of the pictures.

Alex is a soccer player and I could tell she is quite a good one. She’s a natural outside defender but can play the role of stopper or sweeper, which I think it is the hardest job on the pitch. Too bad she plays all the way up there in the great white north; we would love to see her in action.

When we left the studio for the second half of her seniority session, we noticed it was a little cold and windy and when we arrived at Frisco Square we quickly realized it was not just a little windy. We were nearly blown away! We powered through the elements and sought shelter near one of our favorite restaurants Sake Toro where we captured the image “Alex the Dog Whisperer” below. The passerby walking her dog let us borrow him\her for a few quick shots. Thanks passerby!

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