Meet Anthony.  Writing this post is a little harder than most, since I’ve been calling this young man  “Little Anthony” since he was actually a little boy.   He was a vibrant boy who used to come to our new house when his parents  (Brian’s Uncle Tony and  Aunt Kris) were helping us get started in our new life.  And […]

Anthony: Class of 2015

Graduating Seniors

Could it really be THIS YEAR?! Hailey and Thomas will graduate in just a few months, and this sister/brother duo have well-designed plans for their life. I couldn’t be more excited for them. These two have grown up next door.  They are our neighbors, and their family has been the finest neighbors one could ask […]

Hailey and Thomas: Class of 2014 Lincoln Park, MI Senior Photographer

Graduating Seniors

Ahh, part 1 of Sydney’s senior photos.  Beth and I chatted on the phone a few months ago planning the perfect way to capture Sydney’s personality, and we couldn’t decide between fall portraits and winter portraits (Sydney’s favorite time of year).  So, we decide to do both! These ladies were so much fun to be […]

Sydney: Class of 2014

Graduating Seniors

Morgan is my senior model this year.   If you are my model, you had better be prepared for having me take your photo. A lot. Morgan and her lovely momma, Julie, have now met up with me three times to have fun (one night we ended up losing too much daylight and had to […]

Morgan: A few more of her senior session

Graduating Seniors

Preparing this post was sort of tough for me and reminded me to take a bunch more shots of my little guys this morning, as messy as can be and in their PJs.  It all really goes by so fast.  Aaron was just about 8 or so when I met his mom, and he and […]

Aaron: Class of 2014

Graduating Seniors

Last year, something exciting was happening in the Hogg home.  Jordan was getting ready to start his senior year.  But Jordan starting his senior year wasn’t quite the same as you or I starting our senior year.  Jordan’s wasn’t “supposed” to have a senior year–at least not for a long time. I wanted to share […]

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Graduating Seniors