Senior: Caroline

I got to meet this gorgeous girl in one of our (required) statistics classes at UT Dallas. I was like, well this is going to be torture soooo I better find someone to make friends with QUICK. I walked over to where she was sitting and was like "Hey I'm Kaylynn, you remind me of my sister, can I sit here?" She kind of laughed and said "Sure." So clearly that was a good decision on my part because we've been friends ever since. She has such a kind heart and beautiful mind! I was so honored to take these photos to commemorate all her hard work and I couldn't have asked for a better model because well, just LOOK. She failed to mention all these years that she's secretly a professional model, nbd. Congrats girl, so excited for you and all this new chapter holds! 

Style and Photos: Yours Truly  Model: Caroline Calabrese  Threads: Free People


Ooooook guys, this handsome human right here is Mason, and guess what? He's almost done with high school at  J.J. Pearce in Richardson. Can we all just agree that high school seems crazy long when you're in it, but then seems like the tiniest drop in the bucket of life when you're walking across that stage?  Mason is hilarious and genuine, and has all kinds of skills. Soccer skills, ukulele skills (which I forced him to demonstrate for me and it was amazing, obviously) and he's part of his youth group at church. This is one brave and selfless young man too y'all. He's headed off to the Marine's as soon as that tassel goes from right to left!  It's not hard to see why his family is so ridiculously proud of him. Thanks for being such a great sport  letting me take your photos Mason!! And telling me how to kill a chicken (or was it a duck?) I don't remember, I'm trying to forget.


It's Senior season y'all! Kicking things off this year with my absolute favorite one (yes, I'm totally biased.) She's always willing to go a-photo-shootin' with me even when it's freezing cold outside, she's such a great sport! This girl and I used to ride horses together from the time when she was about 3 years old and now she's taken her love of those ponies to the classroom. Ms. Meryl MacKenzie has almost completed her studies in Animal Science and continues to pursue even greater heights (sorry I had to) in her hunter jumper career. She's as goofy as she is gorgeous and I can't wait to see what adventure she'll take on next!