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Megan – University of Missouri of 2017 – Columbia MO Senior Portrait Photographer

Here’s the thing… I seriously love shooting senior portraits. It’s so fun to hang out with amazing people and just talk and take photos. I try to make every experience fun, because I am having so much fun. I think it shows in the photos. 🙂

When Megan asked me to take her senior portrait, of course I sad yes. When she asked if it was okay to bring her dog, Margot, I said YES! Megan and Margot were honestly just the perfect pair. Both so sweet and beautiful. We had a great time walking around campus and enjoying the flowers and landmarks and the perfect weather. Big shout out to Megan’s sister, who kindly wrangled Margot (and Megan’s change of clothes) all across campus with us.

We started by one of my favorite spots on campus, Memorial Union. I don’t know what kind of flowers are on this bush, but I love them.

Next we wandered over the library, which is another beautiful building on the Mizzou campus. Margot was more interested in squirrels than taking photos, but we got her attention a few times. Mostly, she was getting lots of attention and love from everyone we passed on campus!

Next on our tour of Mizzou, we stopped at Carnahan Quad to take photos at Traditions Plaza and the Tiger Fountain. Megan has such a beautiful smile was seriously rocking that gorgeous floral sheath dress.

Our last stop was the Francis Quad, home of those famous columns, Jesse Hall and the gorgeous Eighth Street Circle. While we were there, the quad was CRAZY. I think there had to have been at least 50 people on the quad. Megan looked so adorable in her cap and gown. If only we had brought a tiny cap and gown for Margot!

All in all, it was a great senior session and I have a wonderful time with Megan. Congratulations on your graduation, Megan! I see much success in your future. Thank you so much for choosing me to take your senior portraits!

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