Christopher obliged me with multiple outfits & musical instruments, and he shaved in between so we had lots of different looks. I really enjoyed our portrait photography tour of MoPOP, Seattle's Museum of Pop Culture, in "part 1" which can be viewed by clicking here. Now dressed in his concert attire and with his french horn, our ideal hope was to make portraits in Benaroya Hall, home of the Seattle Symphony. I so appreciate the people of Benaroya who allowed us inside during their preparations for an evening performance, so we could use the iconic lobby as background for Christopher's senior portraits.
Let's have more touring of Seattle's musical nightlife! We also explored famous & historical Jazz Alley.
Christopher's collection of brass now includes a sax that I think looks shiny spectac with the brown & steel tones in the alley behind the famous all-ages nightclub.
It was literally freezing on this day - temperatures in the teens and twenties. Snow expected any moment according to my weather app. Our lovely assistants - my daughters, Joy, Zoe & Sasha, were jumping up and down with the reflectors, trying to warm up. Through chattering teeth they talk non-stop of snow on its way, and I say yes! how great that would be - and Christopher confidently says that it is not going to snow. I say "But the weather forecast says -"
He points up at the clear blue sky :)
Oh well! All 5 of us ran (or walked swiftly) for a nearby cozy McD's after one more smile:
At Seattle Center, with my friend Alyssa assisting,
we not only visited the MoPOP but strolled the grounds. Some favorites :)
To see our Museum of Pop Culture photos from Part 1, click here.
And a little vid of the fun we had making Christopher's Seniors, ta-da!