Chloe's senior portraits had a garden vibe to them. The locations and outfits brought to mind spring time, even though we shot these in September. Flowy dresses, floral tops, and garden settings came together perfectly. You may not think it based on these images, but it actually sprinkled on us a little bit while we walked around.
Rachel wanted something different and unique for her senior portraits. We talked about ideas all over Pittsburgh, but ended up settling on a mix of traditional portraits at Phipps, followed by an epic nighttime location in the Strip District.
Abbie had portraits done in Oakland, starting at the columns and the Cathedral of Learning. We then headed up a little farther to Phipps, before heading down to the North Shore. Looking back at these images has me yearning for spring to come so that I can get out there for the Class of 2019!
Laura & Ryan are the sweetest, most hard-working people. A week after their wedding, they BOTH finished up MBAs - how crazy is that!? For their wedding, they went with a winter/glam vibe, especially apparent in the champagne & gold decor, fur wrap, and abundant candles at their reception. I loved every second of it. You could just see how much they love each other.
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