When Allison smiles, her beauty shines through. Allison’s Sunset Station senior session was her third with me, and no less gorgeous than her first or second. Seriously, Allison is a dazzling young lady and I’m beyond honored to have captured this memorable time in her life.
The mini sessions are always so much fun. It’s fun to witness this transformation and watch the self-confidence set in. Not only do my senior clients get more comfortable in front of my lens with each session, their minds mature a lot in their final year of high school. They begin to actually see their future within reach. They realize it’s for real now. They are on a path. It’s no longer just a matter of talking about it, it’s time to DO IT. Allison is no exception. Since our first session last October, I witnessed her confidence grow. It’s time, Allison. Take off. And, please allow me to wish you the very best luck in your future endeavors.
Until next time, be positive, happy, and healthy, and don’t forget to be photographed.
I am a San Antonio-based wedding and senior photographer who started Ata-Girl Photography Co., LLC in 2010. As one of the up-and-coming San Antonio wedding photographers, I am also available to shoot in Austin, Houston and Dallas and the surrounding areas. I am also available for destination weddings worldwide. Ata-Girl Photography Co. offers an amazing wedding photography service that you won’t soon forget. As a professional photographer, my sole purpose is to provide you the absolute best photography experience.
I am a professional photographer who enjoys documenting the important milestones and captivating moments in people’s lives. 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. When I’m not photographing a wedding, family or high school senior, I love hiking, cycling, reading, listening to Elvis and most importantly, I enjoy seeing my daughters happy!
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