One of the great benefits of being a photographer in Washington, DC is the opportunity to meet and photograph folks from all around the country. It adds a wonderful dimension to my work and connects me to some great people, children and families. Another great benefit of working as a photographer in Washington, DC is having easy access to one of the most photogenic and photographer-friendly cities in the world. The low skyline, wide brightly lit streets and monumental architectural backdrop area a photographer’s dream. So, when Miranda’s folks contacted me about a Senior Photography Session in DC, I was delighted. Miranda was born in Washington and lived in Georgetown when she was growing up, but the family moved to Tennessee a few years ago. To Miranda, though, her roots have always been right here, in Washington. So, when it came time to create Senior Portraits for her, there was never any doubt that Washington, DC would be the place for her Senior Portrait Session.
I connected with Miranda and her family while they were visiting on her spring break, before they headded north to New York for a little spring break shopping and sightseeing. We met on the National Mall, on a gorgeous cool, clear day in early March for an afternoon Senior Photography session. Miranda and I got right to work, having fun and creating some cool images, of Miranda in Washington DC.
Here are a few of my favorites from this Senior Photography Session with Miranda!