Amy’s Berkeley Graduation photos were lots of fun to capture. Amy is relaxed and easy in front of the camera and it was a pleasure working with her and her sister who came to assist. Yay!
Love these serious ones in front of Sather Gate. Just the right look for a black and white set.
But these sweet ones in color make me happy, too.
Congrats, girl! So proud of you for accomplishing a double major in Computer Science and Cognitive Science. That’s an impressive pairing! :)
Honestly, it’s one of my favorite things about taking lots of senior photos of beautiful Cal girls. They are all so stunning, seriously bring it on the outfits for their sessions AND they are as smart as all heck. Cal girls are the full package, am I right?! I’m right. FYI. Take a look around my blog if you’re not sure.
We had just the right light for a Campanile shot and these two are some of my favorites from both the session and out of all the senior photos I’ve ever taken at Cal. That light and then her black and white outfit? Totally killer!
As a student who commuted from home, Amy said she spent lots of time at this library on campus. A home away from home, if you will. Looks like a beautiful one!This spot, with the entire library behind my subject, is my new favorite place to photograph! Such a winning spot. Great view and less people; totally perfect.
A favorite shot.
So sweet and beautiful!
The Hearst Mining Building was another home away from home and held many of the classes that Amy took during her time at Cal. We had to document her here!
I absolutely love these two! Especially as the light faded, they make a beautiful portrait of her!
The last couple of shots, in front of the building.
This one, with the campus bus going by, is something only a Cal student would ‘get,’ but it makes me laugh and I love it.
Amy, good luck with everything! Thank you so much for a wonderful session and I wish you all the best for graduation and in the coming years! :)
Many congratulations on a big accomplishment.
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