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 Brinley Beck, confident, blond, blue-eyed, B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L, bubbly, shy when you first meet her but fun and crazy once you get to know her, sweet, kind, and encouraging Class of 2020 senior from Eureka High School! Brinley also has an obsession for McDonald’s chicken nuggets. She can chow down on a 10 piece like no other!! LOL
After high school, Brinley plans on attending college (she’s hoping Baylor) and wants to study Biology or Biochemistry. Her favorite high school teacher is Miss Kelly who was her Physics teacher her senior year. “She is the best!! Her personality is so fun and she made a hard subject extremely enjoyable. She is the funniest person I have met, but is also so encouraging and motivated me to always do my best. My favorite class is any science related class, but I also really enjoy Spanish.” I asked Brinley to describe a moment that she is most proud of and this is what she said… “Junior year was the toughest year for me academically so far. The classes I took were challenging and the SAT was stressful. I managed to keep my 4.0 and got a score higher than I ever thought I could on the SAT. I was extremely proud of myself that I stayed motivated and worked hard to accomplish what I wanted to this year.”
What advice would you give incoming high school freshman? Enjoy it. School is often not fun, but surround yourself with people who make it enjoyable. High school goes by so so so fast and you will regret it if you waste your time wishing to be done with school instead of enjoying it while you can.
“I am looking forward to her school dances. I love dressing up and having my hair and makeup done. Memories from homecoming and prom will always be some of my favorite. I love dancing and having a fun night with all my best friends. I’m also excited for all of the football games. Cheering for football games has always been a highlight of every year and being a captain this year makes the experience even better! I love my team and the friendships I have made throughout the years and I cherish my one last season with my best friends.” In school, Brinley participates in Cheerleading, Student Council and she is a member of the National Honor Society.
This summer, she was a lifeguard at the Morton pool and she made some great friends who she would have never met otherwise. “I’m so glad that I decided to become a lifeguard!” Brinley love to bake, play guitar, and go for walks.
Here is Brinley’s description of her “perfect day”: I would wake up around 9 and eat a delicious breakfast of chocolate chip pancakes. I would spend the day hanging out with friends doing whatever. It could be shopping or swimming or watching movies or anything. I love going to concerts so it would end with one by Taylor Swift preferably. I would have to get McDonald’s chicken nuggets at some point in the day for it to really be considered perfect.
Three things on my bucket list: 1. Travel to Europe 2. Go Skydiving 3. Have a family
Here are some of Brinley’s fun facts and favorites:
FOOD and FAMILY