Class of 2017 | Senior Photography
It is not often that I come across a high school senior guy who is completely psyched about his senior photos, but Timmy was up for anything, had many visions of what he wanted his pictures to look like, and we had a great time. He attends Western Beaver Jr./Sr. High School and is in the Class of 2017. He is a member of the Western Beaver football team, and a drummer in the Western Beaver Band, so our first location of his session took place at the school.
Our second location was Logan Park/Pine Grove golf course in Industry, PA; a place where he spent much of his time while growing up. We even found access to one of the old foot bridges, so of course we had to get a picture there too.
Our final location was Buttermilk Falls for pictures near the water, and by the rocks.
In his spare time Timmy also enjoys playing basketball and soccer, working out, and play the Ukulele. After graduation he plans to attend the Community College of Beaver County, then transfer to Penn State.
We wish you the best of luck, Timmy!!! Thank you for allowing us to capture the memories of this great milestone.
Want more info about our senior photos?
Photography sessions with KLB Studios are customized on location photo shoots. Each shoot is tailored to capture your unique style. I carefully plan each session based on information given during conversations and on questionnaires. We will plan props and incorporate sports you are in. Additional guidance is available at any time. Hair styling and makeup application is also available.
For more information about senior photography visit www.klb-studios.com/senior
Photography Headshots | Lincoln Park Performing Arts
Adrianna is pursuing acting at Lincoln Park Performing Arts in Midland, Pennsylvania. Photography Headshots | Lincoln Park Performing Arts. I have always loved the look of dark stone, and have been itching to photograph someone at the Pump House in Monaca, PA. I knew right away that this location would be perfect for her. She was a natural in front of the lens. This beautiful fifteen year old may have been nervous, but didn’t show it!!
Good Luck to you, Adrianna!
For more information about sessions and headshots visit the session page
Wedding photography|St. Francis Cabrini|Robert Morris University
Kelsie and Tom tied the Knot on Saturday, April 16th, 2016. I love wedding photography. Photographing the unity of a couple.
Kelsie and I met for a wedding consultation more that a year before her wedding date. I remember knowing instantly that she was a bride that I had to photograph. When she booked her wedding, I was ecstatic. Moreover, She told me that Tom a love for photos, but I didn’t meet him until the day of their engagement session. It was an honor to photograph their engagement session. We went to Brush Creek State Park. Since that time, I find that I choose this location for many different sessions. It’s a location that works well for many different types of photography.
Anyway, I fell in love with this couple almost immediately. After their engagement session, I couldn’t wait for their wedding day. At that point, 9 months seemed like an eternity. Finally their wedding day came. They had a traditional and absolutely beautiful ceremony was held at St. Francis Cabrini, Monaca, PA. We stopped by Robert Morris University, Moon Twp. PA, for an on location portrait session. This location offers many beautiful backdrops, but when I saw the Massey Garden, I knew we had to use it. I can only hope that the next time I come to this location the Wisteria vines are in bloom. Finally, then off to the Sheradon in Moon Twp. to celebrate with family and friends.
Above all we wish this couple a happy ever after, a life full of love and blessings.
I am so excited to document their lives together, and cannot wait to capture their many milestones to come.
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Hailey | Senior Photos
Western Beaver Jr/Sr High School
I have known Hailey since she was about 9 months old, her mom and I have been best friends since high school. I was so excited that she chose me as her senior portrait photographer. When she said I was the only one she trusted, I knew I had to ask her to be my senior representative for the Class of 2017. We had our session scheduled for weeks, and then we starting getting cold weather with lots of rain, but we were determined to take the pictures. The rain held off, the images are beautiful, we couldn’t be happier, and cannot wait for her summer session.
Hailey is a member of the concert and show choir
Loves performing in the musicals
A member of the Ecology Club
Is a member of the yearbook staff
Works part-time on an events staff
Catches up on sleep in her spare time
She takes summer college courses to prepare for her degree
She is pursuing a degree in Forensic Anthropology
with a minor in Criminology
“Do not follow where the path may lead.
Go, instead, where there is no path,
and leave a trail.”
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson