A Spokesmodel Session With Annabel 5 Years Later!

A spokesmodel session with Annabel 5 years later?  Later than what?  Let me explain.  Almost 5 years ago a 12 year old Annabel was in the mall with her dad not too long after we set up shop in our studio and she brought him in here and told him they needed to do some family pictures!  He listened and we did a really fun outdoor fall session with her dad, brother and grandparents back in 2009.  We also photographed Annabel’s brother Harry for his senior photos, one of which is featured here (he’s the one with the flaming baseball bat).  We knew they were good people from the beginning and we have been talking to Annabel about being a spokesmodel ever since.

Spokesmodel session with Annabel

For all intents and purposes she has been doing it for a while now – referring seniors to our studio and recommending other spokesmodels from the classes before hers.  Last year we featured her and one of our class of ’13 spokesmodels Sierra in a blog post announcing our BFF mini sessions, and now after 5 years of “planning” it is her turn for a spokesmodel shoot all her own!  We love her in the close crop black and white photo above.  Here is another photo on the white background this time in a full length crop and in color:

Spokesmodel session with Annabel

Next we moved to the black for this one – she looks great!!!

Spokesmodel session with Annabel

The whole session was a bit surreal just because we were looking forward to this day for so long!  Here is a fun vine with a couple highlights of the day, including the graffiti shot which we had to trek through some seriously deep snow to get to – you can see how it’s almost up to her knees!  “Lean into the love” Annabel!!!  🙂

And here is one of the resulting photos with the graffiti wall – we love graffiti and we hope to get some more urban settings as the weather breaks (if it ever does) with our spokesmodels so stay tuned.  For now we hope you enjoyed these photos of Annabel!

Spokesmodel session with Annabel

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