Sweetheart Session with the DFP Spokesmodels

On a cold and rainy day back in February, we gathered some of the DFP Spokesmodels for a fun sweetheart themed shoot and a Cards For Kids valentine making activity. As a spokesmodel team, the DFP seniors like to do activities that give back to the community. We volunteer, we fundraise, and we do small acts of kindness. On this day, we made Valentine cards for the kids at Dell Children’s Hospital that would be passed out on Valentine’s Day.

The girls made about 40 cards for the kids out at Dell Children’s Hospital, and after our event I dropped them off at Mama Fu’s restaurant, so they would be distributed during the Mix 94.7 event. I am so proud of the girls for taking part in this activity, and absolutely LOVE the cards they created. We have so much talent in this group!

One of our team moms did an AMAZING job of putting together a surprise Valentine’s Day Party for the girls. She went all out making treats and goodies and took care of us so well. I can not thank her enough for her generosity and all the work she put in to make us feel loved. It made the day super special. Thank you so much, Amanda, for everything you do! You are an amazing momma and a great friend to the DFP Spokesmodel team. We love you!

The girls were so sweet and brave to stand out in the cold and look cute for pictures!

They don’t look cold at all, do they? Shelby (Vandegrift High School) and Lexie (Georgetown High School) rocked their individual shots. They are pros at this by now.

And I am so excited to introduce you to one of our newest team members, Vandegrift High School class of 2018 Spokesmodel, Adriana C! Adriana was so fun to work with! I know she is going to do amazing things this coming year. We are so excited to have her on the team.

My gorgeous white rose girls…

We had so much fun! Fierce and sassy, sweet and happy, these girls know how to do it all. I loved this time with them so much!

Will you accept this rose?

They are all just STUNNING!

Want to join us on our next adventure? Become a class of 2018 spokesmodel by applying TODAY! Spots are limited, and time is running out to join the team. We would love to have you join us!

Much love,



A Day At the Park with the DFP Spokesmodels | Dawn Fry Photo | Austin Photographer

A couple of months ago we had our latest group shoot with the DFP Spokesmodels. We decided it would be fun to have some playtime in the park.

We had Sydney from Lago Vista High school, Morgan from Round Rock High School, Alyssa from Vandegrift High School, Vivian and Jasmine from McNeil High School, and Morgan and Lexie from Georgetown High School there. It was a gorgeous day and the girls had a ton of fun on the playground.

When was the last time you went down a slide? LOL! Catching the girls’ expressions was so FUN!

I just love them all so much! I can’t believe graduation is only a few weeks away. I have loved having them on the spokesmodel team.

There is still time for you to apply if you are in the class of 2018! Don’t miss out on all the fun we are going to have this year. Make some memories. Get great senior photos. Don’t settle for anything less than the best.

Much love,


Lago Vista High School | Harley | Dawn Fry Photo

Harley’s session started downtown on a warm, sunny day down on South Congress. I love it when my Lago Vista seniors want to venture outside of their sweet little town to come to the city. It was great to explore places that are uniquely Austin. We had so much fun finding the perfect backdrops for her stylish outfits. Of course, Harley is a natural in front of the camera, so posing her was super easy. Even better, her mom brought some awesome props to play with – the flowers and the chair were a big hit. Our second location was Bull Creek, and I was so excited that she wanted to play in the water. We had a blast!

Thank you, Harley for the super fun session! It was such a pleasure working with you!

Dripping Springs High School | Nikki L | Dawn Fry Photo

I am so excited to introduce you to this stunning girl. We met one sunny day down in Dripping Springs to capture her senior photos and I was so impressed by her. Nikki started off a little shy at first, but very soon relaxed and knocked this session right out of the park. She is such a natural in front of the camera, and her outfit choices were spot on. It was such a joy working with her.

That red lip is to. die. for! It works so well for her with the matching jewelry and white lace dress. We had a blast walking up and down Mercer Street looking for the perfect backdrops for her images. 
You can’t help but love old gas station pumps! What a great location to shoot! With a quick change, Nikki also changed her lip color to a more muted peach that worked perfectly with her skin tone and outfit. I love the old car doors in the background. 
The best thing about Nikki is that she really knows how to carry herself and pose in flattering ways. Her range of expressions kept the images fun and intriguing. Check out those eyes!
Another quick change to this adorable jewel toned outfit and we found the perfect setting to compliment the colors.
Next we headed out to Founders Memorial Park to shoot in some beautiful green fields and with this amazing old wagon. The sun was setting perfectly behind her, giving off a beautiful golden light.
The floppy hat!!! Oh em gee, how I love it.
This was definitely my favorite outfit of all. Look at those sandals! So cute!
We ended the perfect session with the college shirt and letterman jacket shot. Woo hoo!
Thanks again, Nikki, for an amazing session. It was such a joy working with you and your mom. I hope you enjoy the images.