When Alex booked her session, she mentioned her best friend would also be contacting me. In true best friend fashion, Alex and Kayla both chose the same photographer to capture their senior portraits. After capturing Alex’s senior portraits, I was very excited to meet her best friend, Kayla; after all, if Alex had such a great personality, her best friend Kayla had to as well.
When you meet Kayla, you can immediately tell she has a kind heart, has a soft spoken side, but loves to have fun. Kayla will be graduating from Albert Gallatin High School in Uniontown, PA this spring. Kayla participates in track at AG which is something I envy. There is no way track could have ever been my sport of choice–I’ll stick with softball. 😉 Kayla currently plans on studying nursing in college and is looking into Waynesburg University.
Kayla and I met at Ohiopyle National State Park for her senior portraits. The weather did not look promising as I waited for the session to begin. Although it looked like it could storm at any minute, we decided to shoot as much as possible and lucked out–no rain and a great cloudy evening! After walking around for a bit, I knew I had to convince her to get in the water to capture some gorgeous photos. I knew that getting her in the water for a few poses would create breathtaking portraits. I was happy to find that she did not need convincing at all. Kayla was up for anything and everything to capture the most perfect images for her senior portraits.