Photojournalism is the main aspect of my photography that stays consistent no matter what type of session it is. This is what keeps me grounded in knowing my purpose in life. Story telling through images and writing is something I've been passionate about ever since I studied photography in college. No matter if it's connecting with nature's beauty or connecting with the people around me, I truly care about telling their story. It's easy to wake up and see all the bad surrounding us, but sharing the joy, love, and light can change your perspective on how you feel every day. Take a look through my blog entries to see how you feel through my art of storytelling.
May 13, 2020
While I was visiting family in Statesboro last week, I had the pleasure of taking photos of my beautiful friend Tatianna for her grad photos!! She just graduated from Georgia Southern University. Being a part of the covid19 graduating class is tough, but she is excited to move on to her next chapter in life!
Tatianna and I met through our boyfriends in Statesboro, and have been able to go on trips, parties, dancing, and spend all the drinking holidays together! hehe 🙂
We decided to start our session at Sweetheart Circle, which has the most beautiful magnolia trees, lawns, and GSU photo worthy spots.
After spending our time at Sweetheart Circle, we headed over to her building to take the cutest photos! Her building made for the most beautiful wide angle photos. They had a cute little spot where flowers were growing and the golden hour was hitting just right. 🙂
Next stop, the stadium for all the extra golden hour, white claw shotgunning fun 🙂 hehe @whiteclaw plz hire me I will make all my brides and seniors shotgun white claws ily
And that’s a wrap for Tatianna’s Grad Session at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, Georgia!! Congrats to one of my favorite grads and thank you for checking out my blog. If you are a graduating senior and still need some photos, message me! I would love to come to your high school or college and celebrate with you (6 feet away of course :))