Meet Jennifer: Class of 2015

A few weeks ago I packed up my littles and headed over to the Kitsap peninsula to spend a few days with my big sister and her family. Her oldest daughter Jennifer is about to begin her senior year of high school and she asked me to take her senior pictures! First of all, I can’t believe my niece is a going to be graduating high school this year, that she is driving and that today she started her first job! Secondly I was so excited to photograph her! I normally don’t photograph many seniors. To be honest, it is because I didn’t feel cool in high school and senior photography intimidated me because I still feel pretty uncool. But, when I began to look at senior photography, I was  saddened by the overuse of make up and accessories and often sexual poses. This made me feel like I had the chance to photograph my niece being herself and looking her age in places she loves and poses she felt comfortable and confident in, one that didn’t over sexualize her.

The best part is, we had a great time together and I loved spend a couple hours hanging out, talking about life and growing up and shooting-it was a blast!  Thanks Jennifer for showing me how much I love photographing people of any age and spending  a morning with me and letting me be your senior photographer. I love you and I am so proud of the woman you are growing up to be-beautiful, strong, hard working and bright!


  • Valerie Lynn Williams - July 16, 2014 - 12:43 pm

    You both did an outstanding job! I wish I’d had an Aunt as talented & helpful at that time of my life. I can’t recall my graduation and only have one photo in my cap and gown.

  • Rebecca Austin - July 16, 2014 - 1:07 pm

    I can’t believe my little cousin is so big already! I’ve missed out on so much of her life (and everyone else’s) by moving out east. What beautiful pictures! You are truly talented.
    Rebecca Austin

  • Byron Williams II - July 16, 2014 - 2:36 pm

    They are are wonderful! Numbers seven and eleven especially!

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