Women in todays world would hardly be recognized by the oppressed and highly-structured women of the 19th century and earlier. Even sixty years ago, women were not so free as they are today to pursue their dreams of being athletes, scientists, and other ‘manly’ jobs. Today, though, is a day where stunning seniors like Taylor Curbow can be both a beauty and a hardcore athlete.

Taylor came to us as a senior model rep back in 2016 from The Colony High School. Wanting to participate in our program, she was a little worried due to her school work and her softball schedule, but we were able to convince her to join our awesome team of models – and boy, are we happy that we did! Like most of our seniors, Taylor is a busy person both socially and professionally. She had signed on to play softball this coming fall for the University of Missouri Kansas City, and she means business when she’s on the field. Luckily for us, Taylor made time to come to both our Night on the Town Session and even our Fall Festival Session outside of her own personal Dallas senior shoot!

When she asked to have a beach session, we were a little apprehensive. Being in Dallas, there aren’t many beaches to be found, but we did have an idea of where we could go. Little Elm Park is on the edge of Lake Lewisville where we had our On A Boat session back in June. We figured we would give the small park a chance at being a beach, and it was the perfect setting!

Even though it was chilly out, Taylor wore a bright yellow sun dress and jumped in the water for a few photos! With her long blonde hair, awesome accessories, and the beach, we could have been in California for all we knew! We were able to play around on a small dock nearby and caught a magnificent sunset before heading over to the second location Taylor had chosen: The Colony High School Softball fields.

Going out under the big lights of the field, it was like night and day compared to the sunny beach – and we LOVED it! Taylor threw a few pitches for us, even though her heart belongs to second base, and told us a little more about her love for softball. We had a blast photographing this amazing athlete and we can’t wait to see what she does out at UMKC! Go Roos!


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