Mahala’s appearance during first senior portrait session with me was quite a bit different than her second session with me. Between the two, she cut off her long, gorgeous pony tail and auctioned it to charity for $15,000.
Mahala requested that we shoot at Coughran Hall south of Pleasanton. After securing permission from the property owner, finalizing her outfits and accessories and getting her dodge all nice and shiny, we headed to Coughran Hall. Mahala is ALL country girl and she is a beautiful ALL country girl. I am so happy that Mahala gave me the opportunity to capture this milestone in her life!! I am beyond proud to have played a part in her life journey!
Here are a few of my favorite clicks from Mahala’s senior portrait session:
If you’d like to see all the images from this portrait session, please enjoy this video.
I am a professional wedding and senior photographer based in South Texas near San Antonio. I pride my business in offering a premier and personal service coupled with an unforgettable photography experience. I cater to clients who appreciate quality photography and help them to create family heirlooms that will last for generations. As a full-time professional photographer, my sole purpose is to provide amazing, memorable and full-service photography.
I started Ata-Girl Photography Co., LLC in 2010. I firmly believe that the unique set of circumstances I have faced in life has prepared me to take a personal and genuine interest in my photography clients. I enjoy documenting the important milestones and captivating moments in people’s lives. I love being a part of people’s journey and consider myself privileged to document their legacies.
When I’m not photographing a wedding, family or high school senior, I love to spend my spare time hiking, cycling, reading, listening to Elvis and Prince. The most important things in life are for me to see my two daughters happy and to create a family history my grandparents would be proud of!
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