First of all, CONGRATS on becoming a SENIOR! This is such an exciting time in your life and we're honored you'd like us to play a part in all the fun.
SBP has a reputation as the MOST SOUGHT AFTER senior portrait experience in North Carolina. Your images will be bold, colorful, fresh, fashionable, and your personality will SHINE!
Our team's #1 goal is to make sure you leave us with images that show your style and express your inner self - they capture YOU.
This is YOUR year. Celebrate it with a senior portrait experience unlike any other and images that will make people talk - talk about how AMAZING you look, of course!
Allow me share just a little about myself...
I grew up in a wonderful small town atmosphere. My youth was spent dancing, cheering, playing music, doing pageants, etc. During the summers, I worked at my parents little roadside farm market and enjoyed their homemade peach ice cream (and still do to this day!). After high school, I attended the UNC Greensboro to study dance technique and performance and found a sisterhood in Chi Omega. Unexpectedly, I found myself leaving school and joining the United States Marine Corps. My years in the Marines and following my enlistment were focused on Information Technology, a field where I thrived but could not satisfy my creative heart.
My husband and I married in 2005 and after encouragement from him, I decided to give photography a go. I 100% have him to thank for the idea - he knew I needed to be able to create and has been committed to my success always. We have an almost 3-year-old son, Henry. He is the cutest, sweetest, most awesome kid EVER!
As I approach 10 years (holy cow, did I just say 10 years!?) in photography and after photographing all sorts of important moments, I feel "home" when I'm working with high school seniors. Being able to watch young women (that deal with other's impression of them on the daily) see themselves as truly beautiful, it is a huge tug on my heart. I want every senior to have the most amazing experience at SBP. One they will remember.