William 2023 Senior!

Hey there everyone! Today, I want to share with you a fun experience I had recently with a Lee's Summit High School Senior. As a Family Photographer, I have the privilege of getting to know my clients and watching them grow up through my lens. Will is no exception to that.

I have had the pleasure of photographing Will since he was just a little boy and now, he is about to head off to college! Time flies when you're having fun, right?

The location we chose for this senior photo session was Shoal Creek. It was my first time photographing there and let me just say, it did not disappoint! There were so many unique areas to capture Will's vibrant personality and I had a blast doing it.

As a senior guy, I wanted to make sure that Will's session was unique and tailored to his personality. And I believe we achieved just that! The photos turned out amazing.

It's always a bittersweet feeling when I have to say goodbye to my clients as they move on to the next chapter in their lives. But I know that Will has a bright future ahead of him and I can't wait to see what it holds.

Thank you for following along for this fun senior photo session at Shoal Creek with me. As a Senior Photographer in the Kansas City area, it's always a joyous time to capture memories that will be cherished for a lifetime.

Shoal Creek is nestled quietly on 80 acres out of the 1,000 acres that makes up Hodge Park. The museum has twenty-one structures with thirteen authentic 19th century buildings dating from 1807-1885. Our historic log cabins and homes were relocated from surrounding counties to create a village setting.

Shoal Creek Association is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) Completely volunteer citizen based

organization dedicated to preservation, historical education with

community involvement through programs, events, and volunteerism. 

7000 Northeast Barry Road

Kansas City, MO 64156

Park Permit Details

This photography session took place at Shoal Creek Living History Museum and required a permit.

Photography within the Kansas City Parks and Rec Parks are permitted following receipt and approval of the required Photo Permit Application. Applications are available at our Administrative Offices. Please request an application here.

Fees vary according to the usage request and site. Professional photographers may require a certificate of insurance.