A senior session and a reminder that the potential for greatness lives within us | Constellation Park near Chapel Hill, NC

As we cruise into summer, I want to give a final shout out to some of our seniors.  While some of you begin your next adventure, we hope you take a moment to reflect on how far you have come.  Your years of high school, undergrad, and grad school have prepared you for these next steps.

Barbara Bell Photography near Chapel Hill, NC captures high school seniors as they graduate and take their next steps.

My mother is a big believer that money spent on education is always the best investment in oneself, and I know you who have completed a degree or are working to educate yourself day by day, this matters.  I know you will follow a path that is meant for you, and I know each of you will do great things.  It has been my great pleasure to get to know you and to photograph your senior portraits.

Senior photo sessions are not just for seniors, but for the families that celebrate with them as well. Barbara Bell Photography near Chapel Hill, NC knows that family is everything to a high school senior.

It was Wilma Rudolph* who said,

 “Never underestimate the power of dreams

and the influence of the human spirit.

We are all the same in this notion:

The potential for greatness lives within each of us.”


To our graduating seniors, to our freshmen getting started on the journey, and to all the students out there who are honing their potential for greatness, we applaud your efforts of showing up everyday and doing the work.

Brothers and sisters in a high school senior session make the most fun together with Barbara Bell Photography near Chapel Hill, NC.There is a fabulous adventure awaiting all of you.

Senior portraits are meant to be fun and fabulous. Book your session with Barbara Bell Photography near Chapel Hill, NC today.

Contact us today if you’d like fabulous photographs of your seniors.  The images we capture today will be treasured for years to come.


Portrait and Event Photography near Chapel Hill, NC


*In 1960, Wilma Rudolph became the first American woman to win three gold medals in track and field at a single Olympics.