I'm Kirsten Smith

Yearbook Representative

Coastal Virginia and NE North Carolina

My Story

Having been a professional photographer and a former school fundraising consultant, I bring a unique set of skills to help your yearbook program excel. I will teach you and your staff how to use the tools, products and resources Walsworth has to offer. I believe an experience where you feel supported and guided from start to finish will lead to a successful year and a quality publication that delivers on time and on budget.

It is very important to me to be a valued member of your yearbook team. I am extremely passionate about helping our youth learn and expand on their creativity while preserving memories.

Let’s chat about the one-of-a-kind service only Walsworth and I can provide. Together we will accomplish great things!

“Sometimes you will never know the value of moment until it becomes a memory.” (Dr. Seuss)
These are Your Moments, Make Them Last a Lifetime!

Learn the Torn Paper Effect

Are you looking for a challenge? Do you want to add some cool effects to your photos? This quick tutorial will deliver on both those things. You can follow along in Photopea or Photoshop!

Hear What People Are Saying

Kirsten is unlike any sales rep I have ever worked with. Her warm disposition and true care for yearbooks, the students, and me as a yearbook adviser is always appreciated. Time and time again she bends over backwards to help us out no matter the situation we find ourselves in as we have worked on our publication… Whenever I have a question, I can call, email, or text Kirsten and it is never long before I hear back from her. She has a true passion for making our yearbook the best it can be. 

– Brian Walker, yearbook adviser, Cape Henry Collegiate School, Virginia Beach, Virginia

Kirsten Smith provides unlimited support. She checks in with me on a regular basis, is available whenever needed, responds right away and has solutions to any issues that may come up. She makes it a point to meet not only me, the yearbook adviser, but has come to class on more than several occasions to meet with the students, talk about the process of creating the yearbook, related careers and to give hands on training to get us started or on something specific we were interested in. She is my biggest cheerleader and knowing that I have five other classes in addition to Yearbook, she is able to steer me in the right direction in order to be successful. 

– Cathy Wright, yearbook adviser, Norfolk Collegiate School, Norfolk, Virginia