When we first met Mara about 5 years ago she looked like this:
Such a cutie! She used to dance across the hall from our studio when we first opened our space 5 years ago and she became a fixture at Frameable Faces – we called her our “mascot” and she would get dropped off early before dance class and hang out with us all the time. I guess you could say that she never really left, and she has grown up and blossomed into one of our spokesmodels for the class of 2014. For years we’ve talked about the day she would be a senior doing her senior pictures here… She is like family and she is mistaken for our daughter all the time when she’s here – either that or an employee which prompted her to tweet the following recently:
So we guess you could say her senior photo session was about 5 years in the making, and it was epic! Sprawled across two days first in the studio and then on location, it was totally worth the wait! We spent the first day in the studio only since it was cold and rainy out, forcing us to reschedule the location portion of the shoot for another day. Here are a couple studio highlights from day 1:
When the day came to finish up the session on location it was quite chilly out but at least it didn’t rain. The outdoor session was fantastic! Great location with bridges, water, trails and Mara looked beautiful!
It's the "bridge to your future" Mara Cranis ! Lol – so pretty!!! #frameables @Crayola_cran https://t.co/33y6rte5Bw
— Frameable Faces (@FrameableFaces) October 25, 2013
We are so proud of our “mascot” and so pleased to present these awesome photos of her! Enjoy!