Katelyn came into my life several years ago as a student at the high school where I was teaching at the time. She became a student in my sophomore honors-level English class, and she quickly became one of those students I knew I would always remember. After returning to my classroom for my honors-level junior English class the following year, Katelyn solidified that position through her crazy sense of humor, a memorable performance as Abigail Williams in a class reading of The Crucible, her portrayal as Death in our “Living Literature” tableau of “The Masque of the Red Death” at Kentucky Beta Convention, and her fabulous sense of style (yes, even the “mom jeans,” Katelyn!). Katelyn was one of twenty students in the class who never failed to make me smile, inspire me, and show me just how much I could learn from my own students. I miss seeing her smiling face each day now that I’m at a different school district, but I am oh so glad that I get to document her senior year through photography. Check out a few of my favorite shots from Katelyn’s session!
While we were shooting photos on Main Street, Katelyn’s “Pap” happened to drive by, so of course I had to get a photo with him as well! Look how cute they are! 🙂