High school: Lakeridge
Favorite things to do: Row, bike, watch duck footballThree words to describe yourself: Caring, driven, passionateWhat was the best part about having your senior photos taken? What was the experience like? I really liked how easy it was! You picked the perfect setting. At first I was a little bit uncomfortable but I warmed up to it!How did you pick your outfits? Any advice to other seniors? I was picking them out last minute and realized I had no clothes! I think it’s good to get a variety of different types and maybe something new so you feel confident.What’s something you’ve accomplished during high school that you’re proud of?
Favorite things to do: My favorite things to do are running and going out with my friends!Three words to describe yourself: Dedicated, athletic and friendly.
Name: Kinley T
Favorite things to do: Hiking, camping, beach trips. Three words to describe yourself: Kind, caring, and adventurous What was your senior portrait experience like? Going into my photo session I expected there to be a lot of pictures that I didn’t love, simply because I don’t like getting pictures taken of myself. However, the actual experience was very different. I love all of my senior photographs! My favorite part was the location. I had never been to Luscher Farm, and it was fun to explore this community farm tucked into Lake Oswego.
How did you pick your outfits? Any advice to other seniors? I chose a few outfits that I liked, but wouldn’t typically where on a day-to-day basis. With that said I still made sure the outfit represented me in one way or another. Then I chose one outfit that I would wear on a normal day. This provided me with one outfit that represented a comfort zone.
What was the highlight of your summer? My favorite part of summer was going to my dad’s house in Round Valley, Idaho. I was able to enjoy hobbies, like fishing, that I had not given time to enjoy in years!
What are you most looking forward to for senior year? I am looking most forward to creating more memories with my friends before we all graduate together.
Thanks for sharing, Kinley! xo