Tacoma Senior Portraits with Pets
Interested in having your Tacoma senior portraits with pets? Miss Madeline booked a fun Fort Steilacoom session and brought along a little old corgi named Sarah. Madeline simply adores Sarah, her dad’s dog, and I am so glad we could include her in this portrait session. She even wore the cutest neckerchief. Bringing along her pet wasn’t the only fun part of Miss Madeline’s senior portrait session. This boss babe rocked the best outfits in the magic hour light, with a ton of variety that is sure to inspire you for your own portrait session at Fort Stilly.
Building Confidence and Friendships
Madeline is on the Class of 2021 AHP Model Team, and she is such an ah-mazing part of it. I have loved watching her grow throughout the year, and I am so grateful she trusted me to bring her senior portrait session to life! This sweet girl loves helping others, and she always has a beautiful smile on her face. Miss Madeline switched schools her sophomore year (after attending the same school since kindergarten!), and it was a tough adjustment. But she made some awesome friends and started to put her walls down. I’m glad she did, and that she applied to be on the AHP Model Team. I love seeing the girls form strong friendships every year on the team. They get to meet girls they wouldn’t normally meet at school, and they expand their social circles. Madeline has made fast friends on the Model Team and I can’t wait to see how these girls stay in touch through college.
Early September Tacoma Portraits
This gorgeous session was in early September, and the sunset was just spectacular. The golden light at Fort Stilly emphasized the fields of dry grass, and Madeline looked beautiful in the sun. She brought a cute picnic blanket for her outdoor session, and we captured a few portraits of her lounging on the blanket with her corgi. And if you want to recreate the picnic vibes with a cozy blanket but don’t have one, don’t worry! I always bring a couple of options to every senior session.
Fall Outfits for Senior Portraits
I simply love the end of summer and the beginning of fall for senior portraits. There are so many options for outfits! Miss Madeline brought her own style to each outfit, with Doc Martens and her nose ring. She started the session in a fun striped sweater and white distressed jeans, before swapping the sweater out for a floral kimono and green tank top. She also wore the cutest red floral dress. I loved the variety of her outfits, and we captured portraits that showed all her different sides.
Must Love Animals
Miss Madeline loves more than just her corgi, Sarah. She also rides horses. This sweet senior is so passionate about caring for animals. She plans to attend WSU for their veterinary program. She’ll major in animal biology studies and follow an incredible path to become a vet. I think this career path is simply perfect for her, and I can’t wait to hear updates from her once she starts her adventure. But first, she plans to travel!
I love learning about my seniors, what their future plans are, and what they hope to accomplish after their senior year. I know how hard they work to bring those plans to life. Madeline is inspired by her hard-working parents, and they’ve set a great example for her to follow.
Professional Hair and Makeup: Tracie Crase Makeup
If you want to book your own Tacoma senior portraits with your pets, I would love hear from you. It’s easy to reach out on my website anytime. You can also email me at [email protected], or call/text me at 530-412-0730.