Category archives: High School/College

  • Jax.

  • Volleyball, SATs, ASB, homework...phew, this Senior is sure busy. In fact she's so busy she has to find time to squeeze some down time with friends. Wow, I'm starting to feel like I was a slacker my Senior year. I think Jax is set for a successful future ahead.
  • Nice job, Eric.

  • Now I realize having senior pics taken one day after school is most likely not on the top of any guy's list. In fact, I'm willing to bet it's not on their list...at...all. But Eric's mom should feel extra special. Eric said he was taking his Senior pictures for his mom. He knew how much she wanted h[...]
  • Class of 2012.

  • Watch out world. Here they come. Over the past few months, I met some really great seniors. They are all excited to move onto college and are full of optimism. So great to be around. Here is a sampling of soon-to-be high school graduates from Seattle, the east side and Kent. Best wishes on your last[...]
  • Cha-cha-change.

  • Jr. high, high school and college...here they come. What a big year of transitions for this family. Full of great energy and laughs, the Quammas made for a fun day on the UW campus. I couldn't help but think of the good o'l days when I would walk to my favorite class, Logic. Yes, that class haunted [...]
  • Go Purple. Be Gold.

  • I know I've mentioned this before, but the class of 2011 has style. Being from the class of 1988 (my daughter refers to it as the "olden days"), I am left with horrific senior pictures that my family will "cherish" for many, many more years to come.  Back to 2011. Meet Sam. She's full of style, smar[...]
  • Charlie & his 7 iron.

  • At the age of eleven, Charlie started golfing and has been hooked ever since. He spends many of his weekends competing in out of state tournaments, and recently made the decision to continue playing golf in college. The youngest of four, Charlie will be graduating from high school in just a few week[...]
  • Grade 12. Make it a great one!

  • The first of three to graduate from high school, Christie is ready to pave the way for her younger brother and sister. And after showing me the bench she made with her parents for a junior high project and her grandfather's bell that stands in her front yard, I saw how important her family's role[...]
 
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