Brant Class of 2017 // Manhattan KS // Kansas Photographer
http://nyforeclosurelaw.com/2014/02/24/epidemic-of-foreclosure-actions-being-dismissed-and-restarted/ Hello again friends! I seriously cannot get enough of these seniors. There is something so special about capturing this time in someone’s life. They will never be in this place again, they will never be this young again. Brant was such a pleasure to work with and he (along with his family) were so delightful. Getting to know people is part of my profession and there are times you know that God had a hand in you meeting someone new.
http://letscleanva.com/wp-json/oembed/1.0/embed?url=http://letscleanva.com/portfolio-items/donec-ornare-turpis-eget/ Brant is a talented artist. He loves to draw and create unique artwork. Especially fantasy creatures like dragons. When Brant graduates from high school, he shared that he wants to pursue education. As a primary educator, I could not have been more thrilled to hear of his plans. He specifically wants to study special education. There is such a need for male educators as well as hearts interested in special education. In the short time I spent with Brant, I observed his kind, patient nature. This was easy to see as he interacted with his parents and younger brother.
Brant also has a passion for their rescue dog, Sally. He wanted to be sure that their relationship was also captured and I was more than happy to do that for him. They warned me that Sally could be quite shy and getting her to settle for a photograph might be challenging. Upon my arrival, Sally greeted me like we were old friends and that made getting a snapshot of she and Brant a breeze. She also served as entertainment for Brant’s family while we continued his session at Wildcat Creek Park.