Jackie’s UW Senior Photo session was nothing short of a celebration! From confetti poppers to a fun champagne pop, we made sure to celebrate her accomplishments and provide some closure to a wild year! When Jackie asked if her family could come along for the photos and celebration, OF COURSE I said YES!
I love when my Seniors bring their pets, family, and friends to the shoot. Senior session are an important rite of passage, especially right now when most university graduations are happening virtually. It’s the perfect time to take photos with family and friends because it definitely takes a whole village of support throughout the years!
Celebrating with Jackie was SO much fun! As UW campus tour guides, we both knew we wanted to take photos at the UW LIFE pillars, which stand for Loyalty, Industry, Faith, and Efficiency. Seniors touch the pillar that resonates the most with them during Freshman orientation. Upon graduating, these pillars act as an opportunity to reflect on the past 4 years and our accomplishments.
Jackie and I were both campus tour guides and graduated from the UW Foster School of Business. It was a lot of fun reminiscing and talking with Jackie about our UW journeys during her photoshoot.
Jackie’s persistence, kindness, enthusiasm, and determination is what really makes me admire her. She is taking a gap year and will continue more schooling to eventually become an orthodontist and start a practice of her own! She is going to excel and be an AMAZING orthodontist, I just know it. I’m cheering you on and can’t wait to see all that you do, Jackie!!
Jackie is absolutely STUNNING! and the golden hour sun was most DEFINITELY on our side tonight!
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