It’s time for a first ever occurrence on the blog… a double feature! On this post you will find Liam’s senior portraits. BUT don’t forget to head over the other post to check out his twin sister, Elinor, and her senior portraits!
You may not know, but Liam is my brother-in-law! That makes him Xander’s little brother and, I guess technically Elinor’s too, since she was born just a few moments before. Either way, I’m so happy to call Liam my brother.
Things I love about Liam:
He’s so hilarious and can always make anyone laugh.
He’s smart and dedicated to whatever he puts his mind to.
He’s got a really great smile.
He has a kind heart and really wants others to be happy.
He’s constantly positive and never lets the little things get him down.
He’s playful and so easy to have fun with.
I could go on and on about how much I love Liam, too, but I think it’s time to get on to the photos.
We started the day near Union Station in Kansas City and were able to get this great view of the skyline… and Liam’s jawline!
Our second stop was the Nelson-Atkins Museum where Liam’s great smile continued to show up… and maybe a little of his fun personality.
But Liam also has a serious side and I love these black and white portraits that really show his badass side.
On a stroke of luck, we found this gorgeous black vintage car parked right behind ours! We thought it was the perfect backdrop for some photos of him in his Varsity Jacket.
These black and whites are also some of my favorites.
Our last stop was the Country Club Plaza where we stopped at the fountain and found a cool staircase to take a few shots on.
A few days later, we also went to the pool to grab a few more shots on Liam in his swim gear. We went early in the morning to avoid the heat and were able to get some really great light peeking out from behind the trees.
Liam, thanks so much for letting Xander and I take your senior photos. While you still have the sense of fun and wonder of the 11 or 12 year old boy I met so many years ago, you’ve really grown into a kind, smart and wonderful adult and a good friend. I’m so excited to hear about all of your adventures at University of Nebraska next year.