In late July, Gracie M (Cary Academy Class of 2018) contacted us about her senior picture session. We met with her and mom, Jenn, and learned more about what she was looking for.
Senior Pictures Cary: Gracie M 2018
In school, Gracie loved science, particularly chemistry, and English as well as art class where she focused in stained glass. Outside of school, she played tennis, worked as a camp counselor at SAS with seven-year-olds, and loved watching movies with her friends. With a relaxed vibe about her, we wanted to bring out Gracie’s personality with lowkey and natural senior pictures.
Teresa met Gracie in early September for her senior picture session in Camden Park in Fearrington Village. She looked beautiful and casual in a white v-neck tank and light-wash jeans that paired well with the green, grays, and blue of the background. Then she put on a ribbed, white, boat-neck top and a light magenta skirt for a brilliant pop of color. Lastly, she changed into a striped blue top and white shorts for a final casual look. We even got some pictures of her holding (and pretending to kiss) a frog!
Teresa selected over 50 senior pictures from the session to show Gracie and her parents a few weeks later. With guidance from Teresa, Gracie chose her yearbook photos, which Teresa submitted to the Cary Academy yearbook staff on her behalf. Gracie and her parents also used the studio gallery wall to sort the portraits into their favorites and some “maybes”. From these selections, they chose two 6×6 acrylic blocks and a set of 25 cards. Additionally, they ordered ten digital files to have of those portraits on hand to look back on in the future.
Gracie graduated in May 2018 and is headed to Wake Forest University, where she plans on studying chemistry.