When Kayla suggested we do her senior session in Frankenmuth, I was over the moon! There are so many beautiful places to go there, especially this “secret” bridge I was told of by a photographer friend of mine! Her session was right during the peak of fall colors, too! Kayla is such a natural in front of the camera. While I do help my seniors with their poses, I caught myself constantly asking Kayla to “do that again!” when she would tuck her hair or look a certain way between shots! It also helped that this was our third time shooting together, since she was part of my Class of 2018 Senior Model Rep Team! Kayla is such a kind and gentle person and I just know that she is going to go on to do great things next year at college!


      Wow what a beautiful senior session you captured. You are a very talented photographer. I was just visiting a friend in Michigan- i should have contacred you.

      What a beautiful variety of shots for this Senior Session! You are a wonderful Michigan Senior Photographer!

      Woah, that secret bridge though. Gorgeous location for a Senior photo session with the best photographer in town!

      What a fun senior session!! You must love being a photographer and I’m jealous by how warm it looks in Michigan this late in the season!

      She is such a beautiful Michigan senior! I’m sure you loved working with her as her photographer!

      This is such a beautiful Michigan location. That bridge is amazing. I’m sure she’s so happy to have you as her photographer.

      What an absolutely stunning senior session and she is gorgeous! You did a fabulous job as her Michigan Senior Photographer!

      What a beautiful Michigan senior! You did a great job as her photographer!

      What a beautiful Michigan senior!! She must love that you are her photographer!!

      Beautiful session! You are so talented! Certainly the best senior photographer in Michigan!

      I love this session. You are such a talented Michigan Senior photographer.

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