Senior Week: Dutch Thursday

Happy Dutch Thursday!

We love our Dutch Bros! Not only do they make delicious beverages, but they have a way of making you feel like a friend. Friendship is important to us. In fact, we would LOVE for you to bring a friend to your senior photo session. Not only will they help you be more at ease and bring lots of laughs, but they will be able to join in on the fun! We love to provide our seniors with a fun portrait of their friends!

You guessed it! We are giving away two $20 gift cards to Dutch Bros!  Make sure to fill out the form on this link to enter to win one of our 8 Senior Week prizes. We will be announcing all winners tomorrow! 

Don't forget! If you pre book your senior session during Senior Week, you will receive $100 dollars toward your session. That is the best deal we offer! 

Featured Upcoming Seniors:

Colton Goss - PC: Associate Photographer, Tum Park

I am extremely excited for my senior year! My sports seasons are looking like they will be successful in 2017. I am a three sport athlete and have been all throughout high school. I play football in the fall, wrestle in the winter and play tennis in the spring. I am a 4.0 student and have strived for academic success throughout high school. I have been involved with FFA as well as National Honor Society. I have no idea exactly what I want to do after high school, but I do know that I want to do something that helps the community and the world be a better place.   

Victoria Rodriguez

I'm am very excited for senior year. Mostly, having an awesome year and graduating with my friends. My plan after high school is go to a community college to get my associates degree. I want to apply for medical school/programs because nursing is the field I'm interested in. 

Travis Farrester - PC: Associate Photographer, Tim Park

Hi! My name is Travis Farrester. I'm 16 years old. I play the bass guitar and am studying Spanish! I'm super excited for my senior year because of so many things to come. My hope is to be proficient in Spanish by graduation and to have saved up enough money to attend college. I plan on going to George Fox University, studying Spanish as well as missionary and Bible. During my sophomore year of high school my church went on mission trip to a little town called Ensenada located about 90 miles into Baja California. There we were fortunate to meet about 30 kids ages 3 to 11 and to experience life with them. The kids we worked with weren't necessarily homeless or orphans, but they didn't have everything a little kid should be able to have to enjoy life. We did things like take them to parks, soccer fields, the shoe store, and, personally my favorite, the beach! Meeting these kids touched my soul. It gave me such a different outlook on life. I saw what I have and what they didn't yet they were still so happy. From that point on my heart has been in Mexico. This is my plan and the direction I'm heading!! I want to make a difference!