We are Jake and Aubrey and we are the Walsworth Yearbooks reps for Idaho, eastern Washington, eastern Oregon and northern Nevada. Yearbooks are not only our job, they are our passion.
Jake has been loving his yearbook job for more than 20 years. Aubrey has been involved with yearbooks, photography and graphic design for more than 10 years.
We both love the mountains and spend as much time there as possible. Hiking happens to be our favorite hobby and enjoying a good cup of coffee happens to be our second favorite hobby.
We feel blessed to do what we do and work with the amazing individuals we get to work with. Our goal as your reps is to help you create a book that you are in love with and to have fun doing it!
Want to get to know your yearbook team in Idaho a little better? Watch this introductory video!
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As a yearbook adviser there is so much to worry about, then throw all the challenges 2020 presented and it can be overwhelming. Having Jake and Aubrey on my team has let me feel at ease knowing my students are in good hands. We have had countless technology problems they have helped our students navigate, have offered design suggestions and countless resources to help our staff through these difficult times.
Jake and Aubrey are very personable and provide me with individual service that supports and meets my needs and the needs of my students. They realize different things matter to different schools. By understanding what is important to my program they are better able to provide service and support to me, which in turn helps my students.
Working with Walsworth, and specifically Jake and Aubrey, opened my eyes to what my program could look like. My students want to have an award-worthy yearbook to be proud of and we are on our way to achieving that goal with their help.