I’ve got another senior portrait session featuring a beautiful and intelligent SFA grad to share with y’all today, and I can’t wait!! Morgan was just as nice as can be – and that was at the crack of dawn! She met me up on campus for an early morning shoot, and I’m so glad she was up for the early start time – the morning light was gorgeous, just like Morgan!
Love this next shot… always impresses me when my seniors can make the not-so-cute graduation attire look good!
Another reason I loved working with Morgan? There was a GIANT bug on the sign behind her head in this shot, and she didn’t let it phase her one bit… total pro!!
These next two are favorites for sure!! Morgan, you’re seriously stunning!
A quick change out of the graduation gear and into an adorable outfit (I want this shirt!), and we headed further into campus. I know I’ve said it before, but SFA really does have a gorgeous campus… and the morning light spilling over the front of the iconic Rusk building made for a very pretty backdrop!
Seriously… so pretty!
Morgan graduated, and is heading off to her very own 5th grade classroom. I can tell how passionate she is about teaching by her wardrobe and location choices, plus she just lit up when she was talking about her upcoming job. I just love seeing my seniors so fired up to begin their careers, and it’s so much fun to see so many teachers coming out of SFA’s amazing education program. With Peanut (and baby #2 on the way), I have an even deeper appreciation of the time and effort teachers give to others’ children each day, and I hope they get passionate teachers like Morgan throughout their educational careers!
I’ll end on these two shots because of the reason for the location… sure, this tree is gorgeous, but Morgan mentioned wanting to maybe take a few by this tree because the class she worked with took their photos there too. Seriously, so sweet. And again – I just love that passion and heart for what she does.
Morgan, congrats on your graduation, and best of luck to you as you begin your teaching career! I know those 5th graders are just going to love you!