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Senior pictures that capture your unique personality and style

Have you looked at yearbook pictures of your parents or grandparents and laughed at those stiff, formal poses where all the guys wear tuxes and the girls stare sulkily over the shoulder of a formal gown?

Seriously, how often does anyone actually wear a tux or a formal gown in real life?

I’m not a fan of those clonelike studio shots. I believe your senior portraits should capture your unique energy, personality, and style.

If you’re into a sport, activity or hobby, why not wear your gear in some of the shots? Or pose next to your horse? Or play your instrument?

You can pose in your cap and gown, too – or even your tux or formal gown, if you want. But we’ll do it outdoors, in a location where you feel comfortable.

All-Inclusive Pricing

Our $250 senior portrait package includes:

  • Two-hour, on-location photo shoot (we’ll agree on the location in advance)
  • Two-to-three outfit changes during the shoot
  • 10 hand-processed, high-resolution digital images for you to keep and use however you want

When you fill out the inquiry form, please note whether you’d like me to style your hair and/or do your makeup before your photo shoot. There is an additional charge for these services, but since your kids and grandkids will likely be looking at these pictures someday, you may want to consider including hair and makeup in the mix. Just sayin’…

Senior pix; here we come!

Let me know you’re interested and we’ll schedule a time to talk!

“We asked Angela to take my daughter’s senior photos, but didn’t want the pictures to be ‘staged’ or ‘fake’ looking. My daughter was also self-conscious of her braces showing in the photos. We wanted to capture candid, natural and ‘real’ images, and boy, did Angela deliver! We appreciated her patience, positivity, enthusiasm and the way she made the photo shoot fun and comfortable for my daughter. Angela has a gift for capturing beauty and those special moments in every shot she takes.”

— B. Cairns,
Kirkland, WA