Family Photo Sessions · High School Seniors

Leigland photo day!

Since it has been a while since I last photographed the Leigland family and it was time for Olie’s senior pics we decided to photograph everybody – including the family dog. We traversed Lincoln Park and captured all sorts of groupings. Olie graduates from O’Dea High School and will attend Montana State University.

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Loyola bound!

It’s that time of year when parents and high school grads trek across the country in search of the perfect college. Jack found his at Loyola University Chicago. But before he goes, mom wanted some high school graduation photos to mark the occasion. A graduate of O’Dea High School and active in sports I’m sure his future is bright. Congratulations!

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Kayat’s Senior Pics

As I always say, it’s never too late for senior pics! Kayat graduates in June, THIS June! So we headed to Lincoln Park for some photos. This tall, casually dressed young man has the most disarming smile! He was easy to work with and took everything in stride as we wandered the park.

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Senior Session with Sofia

I did a business headshot of mom awhile back and was pleasantly surprised to have her call and set up our time with Sofia. The family spent a lot of time exploring Fauntleroy Park as the kids grew up so this was the perfect place for us to shoot on this softly overcast day. I just love her easy smile. Sofia will graduate from Vashon High School and plans to further her education studying political science.

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Keegan’s Senior Pics

I was reminded that I last photographed Keegan when he was 6 months old during a family session – look at him now! A little quiet yet he was comfortable in front of the camera as we wandered through Lincoln Park on this wonderful overcast day. He will be graduating from West Seattle Lutheran High and intends to pursue the trades where I’m sure he will find much success.

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Say Their Names Memorial on Alki

Photos and flowers on display along the fence by Seacrest Park Cove on Alki in West Seattle is an extension of Portland’s  #SayTheirNamesMemorial honoring black lives lost to police brutality and spearheaded by several local businesses. (See Westside Seattle)

I didn’t realize it had been setup the end of June. What remains today is still heart-wrenching and thought provoking.  How do we right this wrong? Will it be different this time?

If you have the chance read this article I found in Vanity Fair by Jamie Briggs where he turns the question often asked of him “Are you okay?” right back on society.

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Got a monkey on my back and I don’t care

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After all it is Halloween! I took a little drive to see what was happening in the West Seattle neighborhoods. Found lots of pets and kids (with parents) trick or treating up and down the street. The spooky decor was a little bit wicked. Ghosts hid in the shadows, spiders spun their webs, and skeletons celebrated the Halloween spirit!

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Garage Sale!

Yup, we all need to have one. Unfortunately for me I tend to stop at too many and end up with more than I have room for!  So, the “Two Sisters Sale” continues! Come by and take a look, there’s something for everyone!

Friday, October 6 and Saturday, October 7, 9 am to 2 pm. Follow signs near Westside School, 34th and 104th. Walk up the driveway, items in back yard.
Larger items include 3 vintage bar stools, unique wood and glass coffee table, art deco buffet, queen size sleigh bed, shelving units.
Books, costume jewelry, picture frames, home decor…..too much to list! And there’s a “free” box, too! Prices start at $1, everything is marked or make us an offer.
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tis the season for …. Santa!

You are never too old for Santa photos. Homestreet Bank offered complimentary Santa Photos for their patrons. We had tiny babies, grown-ups who still believe, dogs from the ‘hood, and the occasional screaming child. All in all it was a fun evening for the staff and friends of Homestreet Bank in West Seattle!

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Vanessa moves with grace

Vanessa is a senior at Holy Names. She is a dancer and had a strong vision of what she wanted to accomplish as we moved through Lincoln Park close to sunset. I think you’ll agree she’s a graceful young woman. Here are my favorite images:

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