Brooke never got senior photos when she was in high school, so her family made it a priority to do senior photos, because she was graduating from Western Michigan University. So we got to do a fun winter senior session.
Even though it was a chilly day, it was fun to walk around the campus and see it in a different way. We went to the College of Health and Human Services, which is a part of campus I usually don’t visit. But I would certainly like to go back. I loved Brooke’s cozy winter outfit. I don’t normally get to do a lot of winter senior sessions, so it’s fun to do something different sometimes! You can see a winter senior session I did last year here.
Brooke wanted her images to have a professional vibe, so that she can use them as she’s beginning her career. She also wanted images that are whimsical and pretty, because she never got a chance to take senior pictures in high school. We were able to capture both of these sides of Brooke. I especially liked the images we took with the bright lights. Brooke, your future is bright!
Senior pictures in college has become much more common. Three to five years ago it wasn’t as common, but I see it more and more. I think that celebrating any milestone in life deserves pictures.
Brooke describes herself as dependable, funny, and hard working. She currently works as a State Farm Service Representative. And after college, she wants to be a hospital administrator. She says that she is looking forward to all of the opportunities that she will have, and she wants to travel as much as possible. Her bucket list includes white water rafting, skydiving, and parasailing.
Brooke’s definition of true beauty:
True beauty is a confidence within. It is a sense of worth in who you are and what you can do. This includes personal accomplishments and what you can do for others.