Tristen | Broadway High Class of 2016 | Senior Photographer

This guy gave me the funniest answer I’ve ever heard when I asked him what he wanted to portray in his senior photos.  He said, “I wanna look sexy” and then he laughed while his momma smacked him.  Tristen is a blast to chill with.  This guy will keep you giggling.

He is also a super talented athlete, son and boyfriend.  This fella, is surrounded by beauties.  His mom Heather has been a friend of mine for several years now.  She’s got her work cut out for her as a single mom of 5 boys but there is no lack of love in her house.  Tristen’s girlfriend, Faith (I love that name) joined us for a few shots.  Faith compliments Tristen very well, I can see why those two love each other.

If you know Tristen, you know about his hoopdee he drives around.  True country boy right there.  If it gets from point A to B, keep drivin’ it. Of course we had to go in the field and get some hayfield shots.  Broadway is farm country, we gotta represent.

We had some fun because, why not? Then, I asked Tristen to pose as if he had just scored the winning touchdown and he gave a hand up to God.  I admit my heart fluttered a little.  A strong faith in God, I believe, is a must have trait in a man.  Tristen, keep that faith.  It will get you through anything and make you the best leader, husband and father you could ever be.

As the sun peaked in and out of the clouds we worked our way around the farm and gorgeous scenery that surrounds Tristen’s home.

This young man is a very talented athlete and a proud Fighting Gobbler. Broadway’s football team has gotten some wonderful attention here recently because they honor a different fallen solider at every game and the last game reserved for one of the valley’s very own fallen soldiers, Bucky Anderson.  I love that Broadway is a proud community and I love the pride that shines through Tristen.

We closed our evening in the locker room and in the halls of BHS, with a light not near bright enough but I worked it to my advantage.  Some times, you just gotta roll with it.  Tristen, I loved my time with you.  Continue to make your momma proud and keep that faith, you’ll do great things.

I love working with teenagers.  That’s why I started the MY Girl Street Team.  Friday is the absolute last day to get on this years team.  You don’t want to miss this opportunity to gain life skills that will help prepare you for your next steps in life and an experience that will make your senior year your most memorable year yet.  Click here to find out more or email me at:

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