I feel truly blessed to be able to follow my dream of being a photographer. I absolutely LOVE what I do! From the time I picked up a camera, I was obsessed with taking pretty pictures. After 12 years, my focus has shifted… I have come to realize that one of the most important parts of my job is telling your story through my lens. If I’m photographing your wedding day, I focus on authentic, natural and real moments. If I’m photographing your senior pictures, your personality and inner beauty will shine through! These are the moments that you will forever cherish and remember. Welcome to the blog. I can’t wait for the opportunity to capture YOU and tell your story!
Meet the sweet and bubbly, blue-eyed and amazingly beautiful Class of 2019 senior, Sydney Greim from Washington Community High School!
Syd would describe her personality as motivated, extroverted, and empathetic. ” I really enjoy getting to know new people and overcome challenges.” After high school she plans on attending college and wants to become a neonatal nurse! When she was a little girl, she wanted to be a veterinarian.
One of her favorite highlights from her senior year so far was Homecoming and the Homecoming parade. She got out of school early to line everyone up and it was so fun to see so many people from the community getting excited for all of the festivities. Sydney also loved Inside Panther Night which start off with a volleyball scrimmage and getting announced before the football scrimmage at the start of the season. “It’s such a fun way to start the year and fall sports!” Sydney is a setter for the volleyball team and also participates in Track and Field. She is the President of the senior class as well as a member of the Student Council, National Honor Society, Pep Club, and Washington Leadership and Community Service Club. “I enjoy volunteering for numerous events in the community through Leadership Club such as the WHIP food drive and Washington Clean Up Day.”
“My favorite classes are Child Development with Mrs. Fillman and U.S. History with Mr. Schermerhorn. I love Child Development because we run our own preschool and I love getting to interact with and teach so many fun little kids. I love U.S. History because Mr. Schermerhorn gave the class a new perspective on so many historical events and really challenged me as a student.” As for advice to incoming freshman: “My best piece of advice would be to get involved with as many activities as you can. Feel free to try new things and experiment. You will not want to regret not trying out for a sport, joining the band, or auditioning for the musical four years later. You build some of your closest friendships through the activities you are involved in.”
Sydney would describe her perfect day like this: “My perfect day would be waking up early in Florida and going to the beach to see the sun rise over the ocean. Then eating pillsbury cinnamon rolls before lathering up in sunscreen and spending the day at the beach. My family, best friend, and I would leave the beach around noon to eat a quick lunch before going swimming. After swimming, we would go back home and eat ice cream, shower, and get ready to go out to eat at a restaurant overlooking the beach!”
Three things on my bucket list: 1. Be a mom 2. Travel 3. Learn how to surf (not necessarily in that order!)
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