Wrapping up the triplet trio of the boys is Hunter. These boys have their own personality and Hunter to me was the cool, chilled, laid back brother of the group. His school activities has been filled with the Legend Titan Marching Band, Drumline, (the best! Center snare for two years). President of the band in 11th. He also mentored with the Elementary Bands teaching band kids drumming. “I’ll love getting to see them grow as musicians. One of my kids I mentored is in 8th grade and in pit this year.” His Community Service was also helping elderly seniors clean up there yards so they can stay in their houses and Academic Lettering for 10th, 11th and probably 12th! National Science Honors Society, National Spanish Honors Society. (Say that 3 times fast – I’ll say “Very Smart, Very Talented) His after school plans is to study Genetic Engineering.

When working with siblings, twins and now triplets, I try to give each senior a different session, something that will make them set a part from each other. With Hunter, he mentioned he loved rock climbing indoors and outdoors and it had been awhile since I had photographed a senior rock climbing. I had tried this before at the Rec Center with my very first high school senior now with more years of experience, I knew I could do this different getting angles not only from the halfway climb thanks to the stairs next to the wall (you didn’t think I climbed it too did you??) but being at the bottom as Hunter scaled down was pretty cool. What he liked about his session was the indoor studio, lots of fun poses and being with his brothers!

Check out Hunter’s Session: