A few times a year, I get the opportunity to work with a senior away from central West Virginia, where we call home. Sometimes it requires special arrangements to coordinate the shoot, and sometimes it lines up with a vacation or a work trip I'm on. When Zoe came in for her consultation, we were discussing the details of destination shoots and we learned that we'd both be vacationing in Florida during the same time in July. Even though they were still a couple of hours away from where I would be, it was too good of an opportunity to pass up. I drove down to meet up with her and her family in Siesta Key. Along the way, I picked up my friend Octavious — he's a Florida based photographer and was kind enough to bring along some of his own lighting equipment so I didn't need to pack all of mine. After battling heavy winds, rain and lightning the entire drive, we got to the beach at around 7:30 and were already in sunset mode. We were only able to knock out a couple of outfits, but wound up with some great images that will be an awesome addition to Zoe's senior portrait collection. Here's a little of what we were able to get.