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Our Goal: Create a display of newspaper clippings for a Graduation Party. Honoree: Lacrosse Player | American Flag Enthusiast Happy Flag Day + Congratulations to the Class of 2017! {Thank you to our intern, Alyssa for helping with this project!}

Last year I participated in a group project with some of my photographer friends from around the world. The dress traveled across the globe to each one of us. When the dress arrived to me, I teamed up with two sixteen year old girls. The opportunity to work with a younger generation was intriguing to […]

PAC 10 Champion on the court in Palmer Park. The ominous clouds and portable studio lights add to the spirit of the image. No, the basketballs were not Photoshopped. Cool, huh! Hogan will graduate from Perkiomen Valley High School in a few weeks and attend High Point University in NC in the fall.

Allison blew me away with her commitment to this shoot! She and her Mom planned everything we discussed during the pre-consultation from outfits, shoes & boots, accessories, as well as the goal to go for it and have fun! We captured these images this past November to freeze this moment in time. We started out the day […]

Sarah had her Silverbox Senior experience on a sunny day at Valley Forge National Park. We were in and around the many buildings at Knox’s Quarters as well as the beautiful scenery. Oh and the following weekend, she was crowned homecoming queen at Springford High School. Isn’t she beautiful!  

“The essential joy of being with horses is that it brings us in contact with the rare elements of grace, beauty, spirit, and fire.” – Sharon Ralls Lemon This was a dream senior portrait shoot for me with Lauren and her horse! They make a beautiful pair. It Lauren’s photo shoot focused around her love […]

Alyssa is one of those seniors that I crossed my fingers and made a wish that she would choose me for her senior portraits. She’s the complete package with beauty, brains and most important she is a good person. We have our own little special connection and when I’m around her she makes me happy. […]

Once upon a time there was a little girl with long blond hair and pig tails that grew up into the most caring and beautiful young lady you’d be honored to know. The best is yet to come sweet Julia. #silverboxseniors