Senior Photography

Senior portraits are an exciting right of passage for graduating seniors. These should photos showcase who you are at a defining moment in your life and be a celebration of all that you have achieved so far! So, let’s capture your unique style and personality in this way more than insta-worthy photos that will last a lifetime.

You will be treated like the star that you are in your senior photo session. With flattering lighting, professional equipment, and many locations available to fit your vision, your photoshoot will be as unique as you are.

Let’s get started on creating your senior photoshoot vision.


Included in every session

  • Hi-resolution digital files (non-watermarked)
  • Professionally edited photos
  • Rights for personal printing and personal use
  • Online proofing gallery
  • Online gallery for viewing images, ordering prints, and downloading your final images



Senior photo of High School Senior Auburn Hills MichiganSenior PhotoSenior Portrait of an Auburn Hills Michigan senior taken in a home studio

Senior Sunday


  • 1-hour session
  • 10 digital images
  • 2 outfits


The senior photo was taken outside in Kalamazoo MichiganSenior PortraitSenior portrait in her personal style shot outside in Kalamazoo Michigan



  • 2.5-hour session
  • 25 digital images
  • 2-3 outfit
Senior photo in Detroit Michigan Auburn HillsHigh school senior photoA sassy senior photo was taken in Detroit Michigan on a sunny day



  • 4-hour session
  • 40 Digital Images
  • 4-8 Outfits

All packages are customizable for your needs. Please feel free to reach out if you would like to discuss other options. 

* The Valedictorian is a unique package that allows you to have your senior photos taken during two seasons, fall and spring! This will give you time for gorgeous spring cap and gown photos, while still being able to have a fall photoshoot that meets your yearbook's deadline for senior picture submissions. The time, images, and outfits will be split across the fall and spring. If you have questions about how this works or would rather shoot this package in one session, feel free to reach out!