Kyndal’s senior session makes me miss warmth and summer days. We met at one of her favorite places and started her session on this huge bridge over the river. I actually don’t think I’ve ever photographed anyone in a place that was exactly like this one and it’s always exciting to go to new locations.
We moved downtown for the rest of the session and Kyndal’s outfits were so cute. Her green sweater and skirt combo was definitely my favorite and so perfect for downtown! We found some super cute locations and wrapped up as the sun was setting and giving that perfect glowy light that I love!
Before you enjoy some of my favorites from this session, get to know a little more about Marisa!
What are you looking forward to the most about your senior year?
The thing I am looking forward to the most this year is having that senior year experience with all my friends and being able to spend that one last year together that we will never get back.
What activities are you involved in both in and out of school?
In school I am part or the football and competition cheer team. I am part of multiple different clubs is school as well. Out of school, I am the president of a community service group that is involved with projects for my town and planning dances for my school.
What is your favorite way to spend a Saturday?
My favorite way to spend my Saturday is of course with my family but most the time it is spent with my boyfriend and friends trying to have some fun before we have to go back to school.
What can’t you live without?
One thing I couldn’t live without is my family, they do absolutely everything for me and I wouldn’t be able to be where I am now without them being here for me the whole way.
What is your favorite song right now?
I have so many favorite songs but my favorite at the moment probably would be “Diamonds” by Sam Smith I really like the beat of the song and it has a good flow to it.
Have you thought about what you’re going to do after high school? What would you like to do?
After high school I plan to go to college and work my way to be a ER nurse then continue my education to be a surgeon in the ER as well. It’s a lot of school but in the end it will all be worth it!
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