For Ian’s senior session, we were joined by mom, grandma, and little sister. I love it when the family comes out for sessions! It shows how much they love their kids and how excited they are to watch them move from high school into the next chapter of life. Ian’s family was no exception! I had so much fun getting to know all of them even in the little time we spent together. Ian is a bright guy who loves his family and I can already tell he’ll make a great leader of his own family in the future! He wants to go to college and study chemistry and other research topics, a career that takes a special kind of person to excel at. But I may be getting ahead of myself.
My favorite part of the session was when Ian’s mom led us to a gorgeous ivy wall she had spotted and Ian took out his saxophone. He plays in the marching band at Thomas Worthington, and from the moment he had the instrument in his hands, his whole demeanor changed! He treated it with such care, and was so comfortable with it that you would think he’s been playing his whole life. Those quickly became my favorites!