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It is the time of year that brings graduations and sweet memories of little children now grown up and ready to start new adventures. I have enjoyed getting to know some of the nicest seniors in the county! Here are just a few we have photographed this season. Congrats to all and best wishes for a bright future!




Bremerton portrait

Bremerton portrait

Bremerton portrait

Bremerton portrait

Bremerton portrait

Bremerton portrait




Photographing seniors in the spring and fall is right up there with my favorite sessions to do! I love experimenting with their ideas and the light, and making them feel like a model for a few hours. And when your senior is a beautiful and creative as Cassie, well, that just makes it even more fun! This session was at Manchester State Park in the morning light.

Cassie participates in Running Start at Olympic College, and is looking forward to graduation and a new journey. Congratulations to her!

There is still a little time to get in a few more senior sessions, so if you haven’t had your done yet, give me a call, and let’s go out and play. We can go on location in Silverdale, Bremerton, Port Orchard, Gig Harbor, Poulsbo, or Bainbridge Island, or where ever in Kitsap County you want to go. 2016 seniors, you will get a discount if you schedule your senior portrait session in July!




What a wonderful age – about to graduate and take the world by storm! Oh to be that age again! What would you do different? Me? Nothing! Everything I did then lead me to where I am today. There were ups and downs, but what a great life and journey it has been! I only hope this gorgeous young lady will be able to look back in several years and say the same.
We had such a good time doing her senior portraits, that we may have overdid it a bit. We had great light and a great model, so it was a little tempting to just keep shooting! Here are just a few of Kristina’s favorites.


















2012 Seniors – If you get your session booked early (before August 28th) I’ll reward you with free stuff. Get your choice of of either two sets of wallet sized prints or a really cool mini accordion book you can whip out and show your friends for FREE!  So hurry up — What are you waiting for?

It was so much fun doing a photo session for this young man in and around Poulsbo. He was a very good sport. He loves music and is a rising star with an awesome voice. He comes here from Italy and will graduate from North Kitsap High School  Congrats Thomas!


It has been so much fun photographing 2011 seniors recently. Ivy wanted an “Anthropology look”, Tara was into vintage and Ryan just wanted to look cool. I had a blast planning and photographing them. Thanks go to Ivy’s dad for letting us photograph in his gutted construction site. That was a blast! All you 2011 seniors still looking for portraits – give us a call now to take advantage of our December Senior Special – 2 outfits = $99 Session Fee. Add an outfit for just $25 all through December! The number of sessions are limited so call now!



It was a wet wedding day last weekend for Jody and Jordan, but a few drops didn’t get in the way of a beautiful day. It started out with the girls getting ready at the Hampton Inn, followed by a sweet and sexy first look by the ferry. The two met on the ferry so it was fitting to have the ferry in the background. Then it was off to the church to  tie the knot, followed by a high energy reception at the Kitsap Golf and Country Club. The rain never did let up, and neither did the love and happiness of the day. Enjoy out the slide show from their day.

Here is the slide show for Celeste and Collin’s  beautiful wedding on Sunday. The wedding was like a tropical paradise. So beautiful. Check it out here.

Just got back from a “vacation” in Minnesota and Wisconsin. The rabbit ears are because while we were back there, we managed to work a couple of days doing senior sessions and family portraits. My little niece, Spenser is a 2011 senior and we were thrilled to be able to do her senior session for her. She is really into music and her marching band. I can’t believe she is so grown up. I tend to think of her as a little girl (sorry Spens!) since I don’t get to see her very often. Here she is all grown up! Take a look.

I met this young man a few years ago when his big sister was a senior. He has grown into a tall handsome young man with a bright future. It is such fun to see that happen! Congrats to you John and to the rest of the class of 2010!