It's Graduation season!

Trenton Vagi- MHS Senior

We are officially in busy season- weddings are in full swing and so is graduation prep. Seniors are so busy this time of year getting ready to graduate and trying to make last minute memories with their classmates. I was so happy Trenton's mom reached out to me and asked if I could do his senior photos! His family and I have gone to church together for 5 years, so saying yes was a no-brainer. Crazy to think he's a senior! I used to help out with youth group at our church and I remember when he and his older brother would come to eat pizza & play games. Oh how time flies!

This session started off a bit rough because my phone broke right off the bat. I had it hooked up to my camera to get some behind the scenes content and it slipped right out of the attachment and hit the ground. I didn't panic at first because Google phones are really sturdy and have lasted through many drops to the ground, but this time it didn't recover. I was still getting notifications but the screen was all black and I couldn't do anything. Cue the panic. My phone is a HUGE part of my business tools. I had to wait to purchase one until we were approved to close on our house because the mortgage company will ask about any large transactions and it's a pain to deal with. I actually manage my email and all social media through my phone so it was difficult to pivot to the computer (especially for Instagram). Just another lesson learned on how important it is to sometimes schedule your posts on social media & be familiar with how those apps work on a laptop- I luckily had a couple posts scheduled and it got people interacting with my account while I was "off" for a week.

Trenton will be attending college in the fall and will continue to play baseball as a pitcher! He said his fastest pitch was 92mph- impressive! This session was super fun- he brought several outfits and we squeezed them all into the hour we had. He also wasn't afraid to smile! I've done quite a bit of football related senior photos in the past but this was the first baseball one, and I couldn't be happier with how it turned out. Fun fact: the second photo in the top row is a recreation of his older brother's senior photos- he also played baseball!

Congratulations Trenton! Wishing you the best of luck for the future!

downtown alley
b&w alley
baseball stand