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  • Welcome to my blog! This is a place to showcase my work at Keri Doolittle Photography and share a bit about my family. We recently moved to Frisco, Texas after living 4 years in Colorado. We are adjusting nicely to the Texas lifestyle and I am excited to start photographing local seniors. I am now booking Class of 2014 and Class of 2015 high school seniors. Please visit my website to inquire about senior portrait packages and pricing. Thank you for following our little 'ole blog from Frisco, Texas.

Frisco High School Senior Photographer – Regan

Miss Regan is one of my fabulous Class of 2015 Senior Models from Frisco High School.  She is a current Junior, heading into her Senior year in the fall, and is busy with lots of extra curricular activities, such as, cheerleading, Youth Group and track. She was such a pleasure to work with…very outgoing, awesome smile, very polite and just happy to be in-the-moment. I had such a fun time photographing her, she picked some AMAZING outfits and matched it with the perfect hair and make-up.  We took the majority of the images in downtown McKinney and finished some sunset images at a local park.

If you are interested in having Keri Doolittle Photography take your senior pictures, please contact us to set up your session!

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Frisco, TX Senior Photographer Photographer – Nikki

A current senior at Heritage High School in Frisco, TX, Nikki is involved in both cheerleading and Young Life.  She has such an amazing personality and was a blessing to photograph! She is heading to Texas Tech (go Red Raiders) next year, hence her black and red outfit she brought for her senior pictures. Perfect!  Thank you again for choosing Keri Doolittle Photography for your senior pictures and enjoy college life next year!  All the best!

If you would like to book a session with Keri Doolittle Photography, please visit my website for additional information.

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Heritage High School Senior Photographer – Madi

The beautiful Miss Madi was such a pleasure to work with.  She is a very talented soccer player who also enjoys be involved in Young Life.  She attends Heritage High School in Frisco, TX.  She really did an awesome job in front of the camera and most definitely has a knack for modeling, despite the wind challenges we had.  I am quickly coming to the conclusion that it is very windy here in Texas.  :-)

Enjoy the images! If you’d like to book a session with Keri Doolittle Photography, please visit my website for more information.

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April 3, 2014 - 8:04 pm

Mom - Beautiful pictures of a beautiful young lady!!!

Wakeland High School Senior Photographer – Eryn

About 2 weeks ago, I got to photograph the beautiful Eryn from Wakeland High School in Frisco, TX.  She was the first of my senior reps (she is currently a junior).

Eryn is an amazing person!  Very smart, talented with a very easy-going personality. She has some large aspirations in life, including getting into the medical field with a focus on neurology. She is also a very talented Colorguard performer who has participated in many competitions throughout the state of Texas. She even showed me how she spun her “rifle”, which was so cool!  Eryn, I wish you the very best in your senior year, you will rock it, girl!

If you’d like to book a session with Keri Doolittle Photography, please visit my website for more information.

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New Orleans Photographer – Gleason Visit 2013

Me and the boys headed to NOLA last week to have a quick visit w/ the Gleason’s.  The last time we came to New Orleans was two years ago, about a month after Rivers was born…not only do my boys look young in this post, but Rivers is so tiny! To this day, Ryland and Easton still call him “baby Rivers”.

The boys and I had such a good time catching up with Steve, Michel and Rivers!

The day started out with a quick trip to Cafe Du Monde and a tourist pic in front of “Princess Tiana’s Castle”.

After a quick walk though the French Quarter, we headed to Steve and Michel’s house to visit. Steve was slated to get a new computer installed, so Michel’s brother, Paul, and his wife, Hilary, and their kiddos came over for a bit.  Ryland and Easton had a blast playing with all the kiddos!
The next day we headed to Storyland, which is located in New Orleans City Park.  Little Miss CoCo (Paul and Hilary’s youngest) joined us for the adventure…her and Rivers are like two peas in a pod! After Storyland, we headed over to the snack area for some hot dogs and beignets!!  YUM-O!!!
YEAH!! We got to the see the Rebirth statue!  This statue was erected to honor Steve and the significance of his blocked punt again the Falcons in 2006.  It was more than just a blocked punt…it meant that New Orleans was BACK after the tragic Hurricane Katrina!Later that evening we gave the boys a choice of Haunted Ghost Tour or the NOLA Pelicans vs. Lakers bball game.  Well, the ghost tour won out…the kids were SO enthralled of the stories that plagued the history of New Orleans.  I am surprised they slept that evening.  :-)
Since Rivers was napping, we decided to hit up the new City Park mini-golf course…it was FABULOUS!  We learned a lot about NOLA along our way!Before we took off for Dallas, we headed over to the Gleason’s house one last time to hang out with the family. River, Ryland and Easton built one heck of a train track, then Rivers thought it was time to fix dad’s chair.  Another game Steve and Rivers played was “lets open and shut the front door while I run in and out of the house”…it was quite entertaining!Rivers has this new found love of tackle-football.  For about an hour he decided my boys should be tackled.  Below is a shot of Rivers taking down Ryland. Ha!  This might be one of my favorite pictures…Easton and Rivers wanted to see the chickens that were next door…Easton bent down and put his hands on his knees.  Rivers took one look at Easton and did the exact same thing…SO CUTE!!!Thanks again for an amazing visit!  So good to see everyone! Next time we won’t wait so long in between visits! Love to you all!! No White Flags!!

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November 14, 2013 - 3:54 pm

Wendy Zippwald - I haven’t checked in on your blog lately…what a great day to come back. I love the pics of the cousins and NOLA! The statue pics…awesome!