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It was so fun getting to head back to UD for Katherine and Brady’s session! The last time I was there, I got to photograph some of my best friends for their graduation! I met Katherine in high school, and it was SUCH an honor to capture her grad photos years later! I just loved that Katherine and her boyfriend, Brady, really made the most of this crazy COVID situation – they brought UD masks to wear in their photos while still popping champagne and celebrating this amazing milestone!
They told me all about their fun college experiences and their plans for the future! And even though they don’t get to have an in-person graduation right now, this session was such a great way for them to still feel so proud and accomplished as they finish out senior year!
Katherine is graduating with a degree in BOTH Finance and Economics! She told me, “I’ve always been into numbers and knew the business world was something I wanted to enter.” Post-graduation, Katherine will be working as an Assistant Buyer and making the commute to New York every day.” So exciting!!
One fun fact about Katherine that I LOVE is that while in college, she applied to the World Scholars Program which allowed her to study abroad and live in so many amazing places, like Italy, Prague, Vietnam, and Cambodia to name a few! Just hearing that makes me want to travel SO badly!
Thank you two so much for letting me tag along for such a fun day with you exploring the UDel campus! I loved getting to hear you reminisce on your college journeys and cannot wait to see where post-grad life will take you! Congratulations from the bottom of my heart! Go class of 2020!