Graffiti, paint, and overpasses.
Thunderstorm, open field, and Lake Huron.
A Senior photoshoot with a High School Artist.
As a teenager I used Art as a way to express myself. A little bit of me was in the graphite portraits I did, the watercolors I attempted, and the poems I released.
Art is still a way for me to express myself and a lot of the time ithelps me in ways I’m too closed off to understand at the time. It’s usually not until AFTER I finish a piece that I realize what I was feeling and how I was longing to get it out. Funny how your subconscious mind can do that for you.
I feel like Logan and I connect in that way. She didn’t have many requests for her Senior Session, just that she wanted an image of her with pants on her hands in front of her face. And graffiti. Mom had a few other ideas that we tied in to everything as well.
The second portion of our shoot we went to an underpass where some young kids go to dabble with spray paint and cause a little bit of trouble. I watch as Logan unfolded in to this super model I had no idea was hiding inside of her.
By the time we got to our last outfit in the studio I was throwing paint at her body with a brush and splattering her face ever so carefully. This is where I saw he personality explode. She was in her element. We both were. And that’s when magic happens. Take a Look-