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Andover Senior Photographer – Sunset at the beach

It’s always exhilarating when people trust me to do what I love to do, and this gorgeous senior was up for anything! We met at the beach just before sunset, where we laughed, explored, and played until the sun went down. As much as I love photographing babies, it is sometimes refreshing to work with a subject that doesn’t require jokes or silly faces in order to get a smile! And what a beautiful smile she has! Good luck in your senior year, L – I’m sure it will be a stellar one!

Andover Senior Photographer

If you are looking for an Andover Senior Photographer, please contact Sarah Jordan Photography. Sarah Jordan is a lifestyle photographer based out of Boston, MA but often travels to New York and Los Angeles for sessions.

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On the road

I’ve been sitting on this for awhile now, and I’m so excited to let all of you in on the fun! Sarah Jordan Photography will be taking to the road this year, offering sessions in several locations within New England and New York! The first date will be here soon, so be sure to contact me if you want to get in on the fun!

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Announcements, Baby, Family, Kids, Lifestyle, Maternity, Newborn, Seniors
  1. Our Muddy Boots says: Nice, Sarah! How exciting and fortunate for those whose towns you will be visiting, too! on 02.13.12 @ 8:01 pm

2011 Year in Review

2011 was a whirlwind around here!  A good kind of whirlwind, filled with smiles, hugs, adorable kids, and lots and lots of laughs.  Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine that Sarah Jordan Photography would grow so quickly, and I am immensely grateful to the many families who trusted me to capture their lives in images.  As I wrapped up the loose ends from the past year, I thought it might be fun to share a slideshow of some of the most memorable images from 2011.

Click below to enjoy the show!

 


***PS – If you had a session in 2011, don’t forget that submissions for the 2011 Pic of the Year are due by Saturday!  There are some awesome prizes up for grab!

 

Announcements, Baby, Events, Family, Kids, Lifestyle, Maternity, My Family, Newborn, Seniors
  1. Donna says: Incredibly wonderful! What wonderful memories you have captured that people will treasure forever! on 01.18.12 @ 8:49 pm

Happy Holidays!

Looking back through the images I’ve taken in the past year makes my heart swell a bit, because each photo evokes memories of the the families I had the pleasure of working with. I have the awesome honor of documenting some of life’s most important milestones – engagements, births, high school graduations – and all of the amazing little moments in between. In fact, it’s those “between” moments that sometimes mean the most. A smile, a smirk, an airplane ride on Daddy’s leg, giggles between siblings, a mother’s gaze…I get to capture it all.

Thank you for an amazing year, everyone. I can’t imagine my life without you in it!

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Class Beauty

Do you remember getting your high school senior photos taken? For most of us, this ritual took place either on the gym stage with a photographer’s black backdrop (or maybe your parents splurged on the “neon lights” or “natural forest” background…) or at a local indoor studio. The results were usually pretty predictable, sometimes attractive, but rarely showing any personality.

What if, instead of the ubiquitous over-the-shoulder-tilt-the-head-up-just-a-little-bit posed photo, seniors could really showcase their personalities and interests during a photo shoot? That was exactly the goal of this colorful, urban, fast-paced senior session.

Seniors
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Attitude

She’s got it. The good kind, though. The beautiful, young, admirable kind of attitude that only comes when you are old enough to know a bit about the world, but young enough to still have a lifetime before you.

Seniors
  1. Sara says: Love the color. . .you sure know how to make it pop! on 04.6.11 @ 8:28 am

  2. Shona says: so so gorgeous - the leading lines on the road one...swoon.... on 04.13.11 @ 5:03 pm