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Senior Reps Info

Hey Seniors! Senior portrait season has begun, and we all know they don’t come cheap. If you want stand out photos from a photographer who will give you the best your money can buy, look no further.

You may ask, what is a Senior Rep? A Senior Rep is a person with a lot of friends, who will be willing to share my business with their friends in exchange for a hefty discount. What exactly is this hefty discount?

Free 1-2 hour photo session

Free Facebook/Myspace images (Logo & Copyright protected)

Free Rep Cards

I am accepting all Chippewa Valley area schools, both male & female students. Slots are limited to 2 reps per school, so get your application in right away!

For every friend you refer who books a shoot with me, you receive your choice of a FREE 8×10 or set of wallets.


I need the following information from you:

First & Last Name

Email Address

High School

Home Phone Number

Parent/Guardian First & Last Name

Parent/Guardian Email

Parent Guardian Signed Model Release Form

What school, community, church or other activities are you involved in?
Please include all clubs, sports, volunteering, etc.
What are your hobbies and interests?

What is your style?

Last of all, you agree to promote Violet Photography & Design and share with your friends/family, & acquaintances.

If you have any questions, please contact me. Send all application info by using the Contact Me tab on the Home page.


  • Jessica Fenner via Facebook - do we have to be a student?ReplyCancel

  • Violet Photography & Design via Facebook - Yes, you have to be a current High School student who is on track to graduate in 2013. I do have a questionnaire/application that I have each student fill out. I prefer students who are active in sports/clubs, the community, have a track record of being a good student, etc.ReplyCancel

  • Shasta Jean Westaby via Facebook - Have you ever thought of donating a senior portrait package to a family that cant really afford it or to a student that has excelled in school ect?ReplyCancel

  • Violet Photography & Design via Facebook - Shasta, this is what Senior Rep is all about. I only choose students who are active in their community, sports, etc. The session is free and the student has the opportunity to earn free prints.ReplyCancel

  • Shasta Jean Westaby via Facebook - Haha, I should probably read every thing next time. I think that is fantastic! I blame it on being tired. 🙂 Its not my fault…ReplyCancel

  • Violet Photography & Design via Facebook - It’s okay, I understand! I also have multiple other free sessions I do throughout the year, Cutest Kiddo, Momshell of the Year through Isabelle & Co., and last year I gave a session and free prints to a couple of military families.ReplyCancel

  • Shasta Jean Westaby via Facebook - Yeah, I remember that. I think that’s really great! So many photographers are just out there doing this as a side job or what ever and don’t really do any thing to stand out and make a difference. Its great that you recognize hard work and sacrifice. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Violet Photography & Design via Facebook - I’m not just here to benefit from this business, I find it very important to give back to my community. Hosting these events means a lot to me, and I am so glad I have the opportunity to do it. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Shasta Jean Westaby via Facebook - I see that in your portraits, that it isn’t about making money off of it. I watched you with Madison and how you were laying in the cold wet sand and I was thinking uh she is nuts. 🙂 But it really shows your dedication and desire to get the best pictures. I think that you did fantastic with Madison, and were incredibly patient with her. You really took the time to check the angles and see what was surrounding us to and how that would affect the picture. I just checked out your website again, and I’m always in awe of the work you do.ReplyCancel

  • Violet Photography & Design via Facebook - Thank you very much, Shasta. 🙂ReplyCancel

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