Christopher is a triplets. Yes, he’s one of three! (Scroll to the last photo to see the set.) I had the pleasure of photographing this senior trio, and immensely enjoyed getting to know them. They might have the same birth date in common, but they are all strong individuals with unique interests. I will featuring each separately on my blog, starting with youngest, Christopher. Unlike most of my subjects, Chris was more interested in my side of the lens verses being the person photographed. He asked very intelligent questions about the use of various lens, what settings I was using and why, and what methods I preferred in post-production. It was very obvious that he is a photographer too. I loved it!!! He explained that he had studied photography as a hobby, and likes projects such as documenting trips to New Zealand and Cuba. Chris is that type of person – he’s naturally curious and has a quest to learn more about a variety of subjects. That same quest lead him to his Eagle Scout Project for Crossing Health Care. In addition to being intellectually curious, he is also compassionate. He loves to help his many friends older and younger, at school, church and scouts. Next year Christopher plans to attend Richland Community College. Thank goodness he will be around so his parents won’t have to go from three kids at home to a completely empty nest. I look forward to hearing about what Christopher will be studying, and the next great project he pursues. Good luck!