Introducing the lovely Fallon who is a Senior at Louisville High School in the Class of 2022. Fallon's senior portrait session started at Quail Hollow Park in Hartville and ended at Walsh University where she is currently a full-time student. Fallon came so prepared with her fabulous outfits and even a fresh bouquet of daisies which are so fitting for her bright and sunny personality. The image above gives you an idea of how spectacular her session started!
It is rare when we get to create a portrait as meaningful as what we created in the image above. Fallon has a close connection with her beloved grandmother beyond just inheriting her beauty. Capturing them together creates a priceless treasure that will only grow in value for this family.
We decided that it was time for an outfit change and we headed toward the field. Here, we took advantage of the glorious light, colors, and flowers to accentuate Fallon's beauty. It was clear that her sweet smile would make any setting ideal.
Fallon is a busy student beyond her dedication to her studies. She plays soccer year-round, is part of the Hope Squad, Key Club, a Camp Invention Counselor, National Honor Society Member, and is involved in Student Council. In Fallon's junior year of high school at her soccer banquet, she received Most Valuable Player on the team, the Phil Keene Award (for having the highest GPA on the team), First Team All Stark County, First Team All District, and her third year letter award. This year, she is the captain of the Louisville High School soccer team. Soccer is a huge part of her high school career and holds a special place in her heart.
As much as we were having fun capturing portraits in the field, we realized that we had more fabulous outfits to feature. So, we did an outfit change and moved to a different part of the garden and the fabulous captures continued.
Fallon's friends would describe her as outgoing. She is always trying to bring up the mood. She likes to have fun and her extroverted personality would much rather be out and about than sitting in her room.
Fallon loves shopping at TJMaxx and Marshalls. She loves new clothes and shoes and obviously has great taste in both from what we see in her portraits. Fallon loves to go shopping with her Mom and friends and finds that it helps her to develop closer relationships and bonds with them. She also enjoys going to different boutiques around the area. She loves the idea of supporting small businesses. She likes how this brings communities closer together. She also really loves Starbucks, Chipotle, Canes and Chick-fil-A.
We decided that it was time to move on to Walsh University for our last two outfits. We started around the beautiful Chapel and moved on from there.
Since Fallon already spends her entire day at Walsh University for classes as a senior, there are still some things that she will miss when she graduates, especially her friends. She knows that they are all going off to colleges in their separate ways and it makes her sad to think about it. Her friend group is so close, and they all do not like thinking about going their separate ways.
She will be happy to leave behind the need to sit in class for six hours a day. She realizes that in college, she will have few classes a day allowing more time to study. She will be excited to make new friendships in college and will become closer with people in the same area of study.
Speaking of her area of study, Fallon plans to pursue a degree in nursing. She will be entering Walsh next year with two years of college completed so that she can start her actual nursing program. She is so excited because she has always wanted to be a nurse. Her end goal is to be a Nurse Practitioner, so she plans to get her masters degree to do so. She has always loved helping others and knows that nursing is the perfect fit for that.
We were quickly losing daylight, but knew we wanted to fit in one last outfit change... her Walsh University t-shirt! Thankfully, we were able to find some places to make it work. We even made the city light backdrop work for us.
What did Fallon have to say about her senior portrait session?
I love how Mrs. Esposito took her time to make sure everything was perfect in each of my portraits. She is so passionate over photography, and her portraits show that. She takes her time editing the pictures, and she tries to get the pictures back to her clients as soon as possible. She comes up with the cutest poses, and she even listened to my ideas that I had in mind and incorporated them.
I really liked the ones in the outfit with my blue shirt and white shorts. I loved the flower fields behind me, and I thought those pictures turned out the best. I also really liked the ones with my black jeans on at Walsh University on the steps.
I would advise others to just be yourself and try not to be nervous about how they are going to turn out. I was nervous but they all turned out amazing. Thank you again for the amazing senior session!
Fallon, I loved every minute with you! I love how much you embraced your senior session and gave me your all in every pose. I can't wait to follow you in your nursing career and cheer you on to that Nurse Practitioner goal.