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!
Getting to know this hazel eyed, curly-haired, bubbly, love-able, perky, can’t help but smile when you meet her, senior has been a highlight of my year! If I tried really hard not to hide my face to prevent smiling when I thought of Emma, it would hurt me, because you see… it’s impossible!! #truestory.
Enma also has goals to make other smile! She loves hanging out with friends and keeps an optimistic mindset about life. This year she is looking forward to doing everything for the last time and making the most of it. “I’m also looking forward to going on more college visits and deciding where my future takes me. I want to major in International Business.”
Her favorite teacher is Mrs. Iadapolo because she is so inclusive in her classroom and Spanish is one of my favorite classes because of her. AP Psych is my favorite class because the brain has always fascinated her. “To know how and why people think certain things is so incredibly amazing and each day is a new fun topic in that class.” In school, Emma participates in Dance Team, Speech Team, Student Council, Future Business Leaders of America, and National Honor’s Society. She also works at Sweet Cece’s and volunteers with the National Honor Society. Emma’s hobbies include painting in the park and traveling and exploring new things! Her advice to incoming freshman – “Stay true to yourself. It’s easy to get caught up in trying to be mature and make new friends, but remember to keep your own personality and not let other people dull your shine.”
Three things on my bucket list: 1. Skydiving 2. Visit all 7 continents 3. Lean how to snowboard
“I am most proud of myself when I went to State for my speech performance Freshman year of High School. All of the seniors and I had a fun time walking around the civic center and competing and everyone kept coming up to me and congratulating me on being so young at such an important competition. When they called my name for who made it to State I couldn’t believe it and I think I cried a lot when I got home because I was so proud of myself for pushing and working hard.”
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