The Best SBP Senior Images of 2017
Sean Brown Productions I Portland Oregon Senior Photographer
Wow! It seems crazy that another year has already gone by and we’re at the end of 2017. If your year was like mine, it seems like we were just ending 2016 a minute ago and now we’re just about to start 2018!
As I was looking back over the year, I thought “What better way to recap 2017 than to do a blog post of my favorite SBP senior images of 2017?” Putting together this blog post was fun since I got to go back and look through so many amazing senior sessions and remember the awesome times that I had working with each and every SBP Senior and their family!
This past year was one of the busiest, but I wouldn’t change it for the world! I am so fortunate to have had the opportunity to travel to locations like Los Angeles and Chicago for senior destination sessions, speak at Senior Style Guide’s Modern Teen Summit (and be asked to speak at the PUSH Conference for 2018 – still freaking out over that!), spend time with photographer friends from all over the country and being named one of the Top 100 High School Senior Photographers for the THIRD year in a row! Last but not least, one of the best part of 2017 has been having the chance to meet so many incredible individuals that I am so thankful to have welcomed to the SBP Senior family!
As the year wraps up, I am so thankful to have been chosen as so many individual’s senior photographer. This is a huge milestone in everyone’s life and I am so grateful to have been trusted with documenting and capturing this time in your lives. I cannot say THANK YOU enough for trusting me to be your senior photographer! I could not do this without the SBP Senior family.
Take a minute to enjoy my favorite SBP Senior images of 2017 and may your holidays be merry and bright!
Sean Brown is a senior portrait photographer based out of Vancouver Washington and Portland Oregon. His goal is to bring out every senior’s personality in their images and is dedicated to making sure that every senior session is different so that no two seniors’ images are alike.