Walla Walla Senior  Portraits


Congratulations your graduating! It’s finally time to celebrate your accomplishments and who you’re becoming. Boring studios can’t reflect that. They can feel fake, contrived and rushed. I take time on each of my senior sessions getting to know you, in a location that speaks to you- whether that’s outdoors in nature with your dog (yes, please bring your dog!), or in your favorite coffeeshop, downtown area, in a pool, or maybe at your current or future college campus. Let’s go exploring & get creative to create some really unique portraits.

“But I’m not photogenic!” That’s the most common thing I hear and I heard it from just about everyone I photograph. I’ll be awkward, weird, clumsy and nerdy enough for both of us so you don’t have to be. And yes, that includes the guys too! I know you may not even want your photos taken, but I promise to make it fun. Yes, I said fun!

How Long Have You Been Photographing Seniors?

I’ve been photographing high school seniors for the past decade.  I’ve worked with a lot of seniors during that time and know all the tricks to making you feel & look amazing.

Can I Bring More Than One Outfit?

Absolutely! You can bring as many as you think you can change into during our allotted time.  We recommend 2-3.

Do You Have A Studio?

I am an on location photographer, so I typically travel to locations for my shoots.  I use a combination of natural light and studio lights. If your interested in more of a studio  setting we can absoloutly rent a location.

Do You Sell Digital Files?

Yes, digital files are an option. I offer both prints, portrait albums & digital files with my portrait sessions. Contact me for full pricing info.

What Equipment Do You Use?

I use a Sony AR7II with 42.2 megapixels (which means I can offer really large prints) and a combination of natural light and portable studio lights.  As a backup camera I have a Nikon 750.