Carissa | Prosser High School | Seniors

When Carissa told me that she was into bohemian style, what she didn’t say was that she LOOKED AMAZING in bohemian styles! Her two-tone maxi dress was so gorgeous and unique. A graduate of Prosser High School, she’s already attending community college, and will transfer to WWU to study business administration. She would describe herself as a bit introverted at first, and says, “I’m extremely shy when I first meet people, but once I get comfortable with you I’m a crazy, outgoing person that can really get along with anyone. I love meeting new people, it just takes a little bit for me to be comfortable.” She has a vibrant and fun personality that came out in our session, and loves going to football games, dressing up, and spending time with friends. She also is involved in PEP club, doing makeup, and used to participate in sports before medical problems sidelined her. Now she is focusing on extra curricular like piano, and photography. Carissa came across my work on Instagram, and added that she loved all the prep work we did together beforehand (a questionnaire and personal consultation) so that I really knew what she wanted before her session. “Everyone looks flawless in every single picture you take. It’s amazing!”, she raved, and she was no exception! Congratulations, Carissa, I loved your bohemian themed session, and all your amazing outfits!

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