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Claire | Carmel High |Senior Pictures

I had a great time photographing my friend Claire last night. Perfect temperatures and a girl brave enough to creep into this Carmel creek for her senior portraits. Love her pictures!

Claire attends Carmel High School, where she has played golf and is currently involved in Student Government, DECA, Young Life, and leads the Riley Dance Marathon.

After high school, Claire hopes to attend the University of North Carolina and major in International Business. Good luck during your senior year Claire!

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Alyssa | Indianapolis Snow Senior Pictures




Alyssa braved the cold for some really beautiful senior portraits in the snow. I’m so glad she did! To see more Indianapolis senior pictures, visit our portrait gallery.

Sarah’s Senior Portraits | Indianapolis Portrait Studio

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Beautiful Sarah with eyes that will knock you out! Sarah is a senior at Westfield High School. In her spare time, viagra order she participates in the National Honor Society, volunteers, and enjoys playing rec league soccer. After high school, she hopes to go to Indiana University to study communications, and maybe even spend a little time studying abroad. Best of luck Sarah!

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Maya | Senior Pics | Indianapolis



Gorgeous Miss Maya flashing her stunning blue eyes that perfectly match her blue dress. Maya is a senior at Westfield High school, dosage where she Maya is involved in the Helping Hands program. She also enjoys dancing, order singing and scuba diving. After high school Maya plans to go to Ball State University. Best of luck Maya!

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Emma | Senior Pictures…almost

My Emma is not quite a senior yet. She’ll graduate in 2017. But I needed a model for our blooming flower field so she was only to happy to oblige.

Mallory | Senior Pictures | Indianapolis

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Enjoy Mallory’s senior pictures! Mallory is a senior from Center Grove High School. She is active in art classes at her school and participates in youth group at her church, Risen Lord Lutheran Church. After high school, Mallory plans to attend either Ball State University or IUPUI and study animation, concept art, and graphic design. Best of luck after your senior year Mallory!

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The Teen Driving Distraction That’s More Dangerous than Texting

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Yesterday my daughter and her friends took a road trip to a state park for a day of hiking. And although I had a conversation with both the teen driver and her mother about not using her cell phone while driving, I knew that was not the biggest risk to the girls’ safety.

Car crashes are the number one killer of teenagers. Distraction is a factor in 60% of those crashes. And you probably think that cell phone use is the number one distraction. But it’s not. The number one distractor for teen drivers? Talking to another person in the car. And with each additional passenger in a car driven by a teen, the likelihood of an accident increases.

That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t talk to your kids about texting and driving. In fact, cell phone use is the number two cause of teen car crashes. But you should also talk to your teens about being a good passenger. What does a good passenger do?

1. Insists that the driver does not text and drive. If the driver receives a text and reaches for her phone, a good passenger will suggest that the driver wait to deal with the text. And if the driver refuses, a good passenger will offer to read and respond for her instead of allowing her to do it.

2. Avoids being a backseat driver. No one likes to be criticized about his driving. Unless you’re helping the driver avoid a hazard, you should keep quiet about his driving skills.


3. Does not talk on her own cell phone. Listening to a passenger’s cell phone conversation can also be distracting for a driver.

4. Helps the driver navigate directions. The person driving should never be in charge of directions. Assign that task to another person in the car who will point out where to exit, where to turn, etc.

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June Senior Portrait Special | Class of 2015 | Indianapolis | Carmel | Westfield

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Hey – 2015 Seniors – Get in early and save! Call now and book a June Senior Portrait Session – get a free 10×10 canvas gallery wrap of your favorite portrait. Call Leah at the studio, 317-867-3723.