Miss Olivia was one of our Senior Spokesmodel’s for the class of 2021.  We loved getting to know her this year during her senior photography sessions.  Not only is Olivia gorgeous on the outside but she is beautiful on the inside as well.

We am sure that her senior year has been challenging with the COVID pandemic, but with her positive attitude, we couldn’t tell.  She is truly one of the sweetest people we’ve ever met.  We took Olivia’s pictures two times and Dorris Ranch.  Once in the early summer and once in the fall.  It is one of our senior’s favorite places because of all the tall grass and trails.  They have built some new rustic buildings at the ranch which make for awesome backgrounds in senior pictures.

Being our Senior Spokesmodel, we got photograph her several times during the year.  We also went to a covered bridge west of Eugene.  It was perfect!  We even had a nice surprise when a senior gentleman, who’s grandfather was the original owner most of the area around there and who had one of the major streets in the area (Briggs Hill) was named after, drove by on his tractor.  He stopped for a chat and actually gave Olivia a ride!  He let us take her pictures on it too.  We learned about the history of the covered bridge and the area all around.  He was a great history teacher!  We are looking forward to taking her cap and gown pictures very soon.

We wish Olivia well as she goes off to college.  We just know she will be successful in everything she does!



Dorris Ranch Senior Session

May 14, 2021



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Classic, beautiful and sweet is how we would describe Emily. Emily is one of the sweetest young ladies we have met. We loved getting to know her during the time we spent with her. After graduating from high school, she is going to college to become a nurse. We just know she is going to be the absolute best and most caring nurse!

Emily chose to divide her senior session into two locations over two days....

Senior Session on the Oregon State Campus

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