As a graduation photographer, I feel I have seen all of UCF’s campus already. However, with a campus as large as UCF, there are still plenty of spots I have yet to photograph at. During Allison’s graduation session I was able to photograph at a new spot right behind Millican Hall.
Allison earned her B.S. in Event Management at UCF. Additionally, she was a part of many organizations and clubs including Aephi, SGA Executive Leadership Council, and the Association of Bridal Consultants. Wherever her degree may take her, she is excited to travel and enjoy life.
Location #1: Rosen Campus
We started the session at the Rosen College of Hospitality Management which is just about 30 minutes from the main campus. Rosen College features a fountain, lots of palm trees, and a gate surrounded by arches. I love photographing in front of the college because of how beautiful it is.
Allison brought her adorable cat, Oreo, to the session!!
Location #2 + 3: AEPHI House + Millican Hall
We headed to the main campus to start at the AEPHI house. Allison showed off her personalized AEPHI stole. We were going to the pond to end the session when we passed this walkway between the Welcome Center and Millican Hall. The sun was shining through the trees just right so I asked Allison if she would mind if we stopped to take photos at this new location. I had never done photos here before but I love how they came out and definitely recommend this spot to future graduates!
Final Spot: The Pond
Allison invited her boyfriend and friends to the session so they could all get photos at the pond. I am so glad Allison brought extra bottles of champagne so she could have multiple champagne pop photos at different locations throughout the session.
Finding your graduation photographer may be one of the last things you do before graduation. Having graduation photos done early helps to ensure you receive your edited images prior to graduation, campus is usually less crowded, and you can then focus on your final exams.