When I met with Taylor I knew I was in for some crazy, cool stuff. Working with artists always opens the doors for the best, most artistic pictures! Taylor wanted a combo of urban, and studio. We started off in one of the alleys on MSU campus with her electric guitar.
Next, we moved on to the Eli & Edythe Broad Art Museum and used all the cool lines and sleek texture of the building for a totally different feel.
We found a black fence lining the sidewalk, then some vines and hanging branches to go with Taylors olive-toned dress and nude heels. It was the perfect location choice!
What else but a brick wall and torn jeans for some AMAZING guitar pictures?
Taylor’s mom is pretty darn cool! She stuffed that enormous easel into her car, along with all of Taylor’s guitars, props, paints, clothes, and shoes so Taylor could have the most unique, artistic and non-cliche senior pictures pretty much ever. How’s that for a supportive, encouraging, and amazing parent?!
Taylor is one talented chica! She painted this guitar specifically for this purpose…
We went a little crazy at the end of Taylor’s session (in case you can’t tell)…
Thanks, Taylor and Deb for being so super cool! Taylor- when you get famous, you better call me for your pictures! I’m on it- we’ll create more amazingness for sure!
You can view Taylor’s Product Showcase HERE.