Hope Hardiman // Central Columbia High School

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It’s not everyday that you get to play with bold, vibrant colors but Hope let me live my Lilly Pulitzer dreams. We walked around downtown in search of all things pretty and patterned. But all those bright hues were no match for Hopes sweet smile and blonde locks. She mentioned she’s a dancer throughout high school. I wasn’t surprised considering how natural she was in front of the camera.

A little fun fact, throughout the entire session we got eaten by approximately 1,396,452 bugs because it was the middle of the summer and blazing hot. Still didn’t stop her from radiating from start to finish.

Hanging out with Hope for the day was such a joy. She’s a one-of-a-kind girl, for sure. Wishing the very best for your future, Hope!



Ashley + Morgan // Lewisburg, PA

I'm posting this the day before I head off around the world about 8,000+ miles! (I'm so excited to say the least!!) But I'm just as excited to share Morgan and Ashley's engagement photos! They were SO much fun to hangout with and walk down town. 

I love spending this time with my couples and getting the opportunity to get to know them more before the wedding day. These two crack me up and are some of the sweetest people I have ever met. I hope you can see by their images how in love they are! I think God was even looking down on us, that chilly winter day, because wait till you see that LIGHT. It had to have been God. 

Central Pennsylvania Senior Photographer // Shamokin Area High School // Amy Frasch

Hello friends!

Seniors make the world go 'round. Literally! If it wasn't for these great teens who walk the walk and talk the talk, we wouldn't have CEO's, teachers who teach these smart + bright kids, accountants, photographers who get to photograph them ;), the list goes on! They work so hard to get to where they are today and to where they will be. If theres one thing to be said for seniors is that they are determined to walk across that field or stage, flip their tassel and hold that diploma in their hand. 

I am SO honored to be able to photograph them in such a memorable time in their lives. They have worked so hard and they probably been through some bumps to get there but nonetheless, they are HERE.  

Amy was such a joy to photograph and I am so glad I got to meet, laugh and chat with her + her mom before she heads off to the next stage in her life. 

Lets give a little pat on the back to our seniors, especially Miss Amy. 

XOXO