It was a long wait for Trevor’s (2015 MHS Senior) senior portraits. Not for him, for me! I created his sister, Nicole’s senior portraits in 2010. Mom, like the rest of the family, loves art. So much that she decided to purchase a wall portrait of Nicole’s legs and feet only. OK, she was a dancer (high school and college) and we did create an incredibly artistic image of her legs and feet and ballet slippers.
So when I found out that Trevor played the guitar, waiting 4 years was brutal. I reminded mom every year that I was still patiently (OK, maybe not exactly patiently) waiting for Trevor’s senior portraits. Well, the time finally came and I had so much fun. We did some interesting things like the image below of him standing on the roof of the Mckinney Flour Mill overlooking the town square.
Of course, mom allowed me to create an art piece of him to display next to his sisters on their wall.
Here are a few of my very favs from Trevor’s senior session. [Oh, did I mention Trevor was a model for the studio and had no session fee? Yeah, guys make great models just like gals!]