Brookfield East HS

Brookfield East HS class of 2019 | Aaron McLaughlin

Meet Aaron! He’s graduating from Brookfield East High School and is ready to take on St. Louis University this fall. This track star is ready to conquer the world with a goal of working in the field of marketing.

With Aaron’s creative personality and can-do attitude, he will make waves in the marketing industry. Congrats to you, Aaron!

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The first step to getting the things you want out of life is this: Decide what you want.
— Ben Stein
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SCHOOL
Brookfield East High School

FAVORITE SUBJECT
Social studies and sciences, interesting stuff to learn and good for marketing

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES/SPORTS
track and field and cross country

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WORK
Noodles + Co.

FOR FUN
Hang out with friends

MY DREAM JOB IS…
Marketing official of a big company

POST-GRAD PLANS
St. Louis University for Division 1 track and field

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Congrats, Aaron! You will crush it at St. Louis University.

2020 Seniors, what’s up? It’s your turn to show off your talents and celebrate your accomplishments. I’m now booking 2020 senior portrait sessions. Visit my senior page for more information.

Aaron's Senior Portrait Sneak Peek | Brookfield East class of 2019

Last week, I met this great kid named Aaron and his lovely mom, Lisa, at a nearby park for Aaron's senior portrait session. 

Aaron was totally relaxed and fun to work with. He's a go-with-the-flow kind of kid. I like that. Not only does it make my job easier (than it already was), it makes it more fun, too. I could keep coming up with ideas and he'd be totally down with anything. "Hey, Aaron! Jump in the pond..." I'm sure he would have if I'd asked. 

While I was looking over the photos from his session, this one struck me. 

Not only is he completely and totally natural looking, but I knew I had to convert this one to black and white. There are more from this set with the blue wall - I couldn't make them all black and white - that would be a crime! But one is okay, right?

The color is so vibrant - oh, and THAT WALL! But the black and white is so classic and timeless.

What do you think? Which do you prefer?


School is back in session. That means your yearbook photo is due soon... don't wait too long or you'll be sorry and end up using your ID photo. (Nooooo!!!!) You may need more information before booking, or you may be ready to go. Choose a button and click it...