// LEXXXX //
On November 19th I received an email from a very special senior. She was sooo excited about talking to me about my services and this made me extremely happy. When someone shows the amount of interest, in your work as Lexie did, you can't help but want to create art with them. We met at the local Panera and sat down to talk about her session, discussing everything under the sun for about an hour. I left that night with a mission. A mission to make Lexie's senior pictures something she would never forget. An adventure that was endless in extraordinary places and pictures.
So this is exactly what we did. I picked her up last night (her mom was hesitant LOL) and we drove over an hour and a half to this spot I drive by every time coming home. It's full of rolling hills and wonders that only the eyes and heart can appreciate. It was 55 degrees on a December night with, overcast!!! WHATTT.. As you are going to see, we ran around, crawled under barbed wire fences, and had the most rad time. We didn't think we were going to get the sun to come out and then at the very end of the session, it peaked it's head out for the most unbelievable sunset I have seen in awhile. Let's just say we captured some incredible moments that night. I hope Lexie never forgets this because this shoot is one that I will remember forever. There is just something about it. Actually, instead of me just talking about it, why don't you take a look for yourself. You try to come up with words for it because I know I couldn't.
// Run run away from the boys in the blue, my car smells like chocolate.
Hey now, think about what to do, think about what to say, think about how to think
Pause it, play it, pause it, play it, pause it.
Oh we go where nobody knows, with guns hidden under our petticoats
No we're never gunna' quit it, no we're never gunna' quit it no
Yeah we're dressed in black, head to toe, we've got guns hidden under our petticoats
We're never gunna' quit it. no we're never gunna' quit it no //