This gorgeous senior from University of Wyoming is one in a million! Spend a few minutes with Michelle and you’ll see her kind and fun personality shining through. She loves dogs (especially Murphy!)and cares about animals, spending her time volunteering in shelters between semesters. She’s adventurous, creative, and charming! I’m so happy I got to know her as we explored and took portraits to celebrate her upcoming graduation!
It’s seniors like Michelle that remind me how much I LOVE senior portrait photography! University or High School, both are such different and important milestones! So, which do you have portraits taken for? Annie wrote all about this below, so keep scrolling to see Michelle’s lovely photos and read all about it. 🙂
Love and appreciation,
High School, University, or Both?!
Senior portraits in high school are a no-brainer. Most people get them and their parents hold onto them as a keepsake. Senior portraits in university are a little more rare…. BUT important in their own right.
Why, you may ask?
Well, having two sets of senior portraits help highlight two very important moments in your life. In high school, it’s your transition period from childhood to being a teenager. Some of the most important friendships of your life can be made in high school. In college, you learn to become an adult, maybe find the love of your life and continue to build lifelong friendships.
Portraits allow you to capture these moments. Plus it’s super cool to look back at when you were 18 and then 22, and see the changes. Everyone deserves pictures of their most important moments in life, and high school and university graduation are no different.
This is the last in our six part series celebrating SENIOR WEEK! Wahoo!
See the other parts here:
- THE ULTIMATE SENIOR PORTRAIT GUIDE – SENIOR WEEK! 1/6
- ALL ABOUT PROPS! FEATURING TYLER – SENIOR WEEK! 2/6
- THE BEST KIND OF CELEBRATION – SENIOR WEEK! 3/6
- OUR FAVORITE LOCATIONS – SENIOR WEEK! 4/6
- HOW TO DRESS FOR PORTRAITS – SENIOR WEEK! 5/6
- HIGH SCHOOL, UNIVERSITY, OR BOTH?! FEATURING MICHELLE – SENIOR WEEK! 6/6