Grand Rapids Senior Photographer // More Than A Face – 2016!
Senior photography is definitely a favorite. The upcoming high school seniors are always great models and have so much fun!
Each year we put together a great group of these seniors and create our “More Than A Face” team. The theme is always different but the meaning behind it is always the same: We are more than what’s obvious. Look deeper. Each has her unique gifts, strengths, weaknesses. Her own real beauty. (This year we have a male rep too….so add the word “his” to that previous statement!)
Our team: Austin & Courtney
Jamie & Brianna
Shelby with The Day’s Design is simply amazing. I love how I can give her complete reign of the design and know it will be perfect!
Jamie: The experiences I have had make me unique. My parents were missionaries so I have lived on an Indian reservation for 4 years, and on the island of Guam for 1 year.
Courtney: I really enjoy singing. Not many people know that about me.
Austin: I think what makes me unique is when I was younger I had to see a pediatric neurologist where I was told I had chronic motor ticks, which at times I was made fun of for having. I did eventually outgrow them but I think because of what I dealt with it made me more accepting of others and has given me an easy going personality. Life is too short to get upset about the little things.
Brianna: I have had hearing aids since I was 4.
Each and every one of us is unique. There is more to us than solely what you see. Of course, these four are beautiful people, but it’s who they are on the inside that makes them awesome! Their strengths, weaknesses, experiences…all of it! If we were all the same, wouldn’t that be a boring life?!?
If you would like $25.00 off your photo session and are new to us, reach out to Austin, Brianna, Courtney or Jamie for a rep card!
I definitely couldn’t have made this shoot happen without these vendors:
Design: Shelby – The Day’s Design, Grand Rapids MI
Hair: Diane – The Cutting Edge Hair Studio, Fremont MI
Makeup: Katy – Beauty by Katy, Grand Rapids MI