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Senior Session Info

Senior year is such a transitional, important, fun, and fleeting year! Photos are such a great way to document this very exciting life change! I love getting to work with seniors. They are so full of personality. Getting to learn a little about where they are headed once they get that diploma is something I love. During Senior sessions, I do not have a certain amount of outfit changes or locations for the different packages. The time is yours, so you get to choose what you wear, when you change, and where we go! I am always up for offering you suggestions on outfits or locations if you want them.


Your images will be delivered to you in an online gallery within one week. You will be able to download the professionally edited high-resolution images at no additional cost. You have the option to print the photos through the gallery or take the images and print them elsehwere. Some examples are Shutterfly, mpix, and Costco. I recommend printing in matte finish.

Social Media

I do like to post a couple “sneak peeks” on Facebook and Instagram while I am working on your photos. Additionally, I may use some photos for advertising purposes. If you’re uncomfortable with any of that, please let me know.


When booking your session, I require a $50 deposit. If you are not able to make your original photoshoot date for a reason other than weather, you may reschedule once using the initial deposit. Cloudy days are not a reason to reschedule; I have taken some of my favorite photos on cloudy days! After that, you must pay a new non-refundable deposit to book a new session. I will reschedule as many times as necessary due to freezing weather, rain, hail, snow, floods, hurricanes, or tornadoes. The final payment can be made at the session. I accept credit cards, checks, or cash. Cash or check is preferred.


My availability is on my calendar under the Book a Session tab. If you have a specific date/time you do not see, contact me to see if we can accommodate your needs.

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