Senior Year is a magical and crazy time. With spring right (and summer) right around the corner, it’s time for you juniors to start thinking about your senior pictures.
Getting senior pictures done is a rite of passage and a memory you’ll cherish when you get older. Capturing this time of your life with so many choices and possibilities in front of you in a great beginning to your senior year.
We know there are lots of choices of who to get your senior photos done with, and that it can be hard to decide where to go.
So… instead of us trying to show you what Sandy Puc’ Senior photos are all about, we decided to feature a senior from the last year for a spotlight and some Q&A about themselves and why they chose Sandy Puc’ Photography.
This week’s senior is: Josh. Check out their Q&A and their senior photos below!
What high school do you go to?
What has been your favorite part about being a senior?
Knowing the end is near and looking forward to life after high school.
What’s your favorite lunch spot?
What has been your favorite class this year, and why?
Ceramics - It was fun to throw on the wheel and create art. It is something that I wasn’t sure I would enjoy but have actually enjoyed a lot.
How will you make an impact on the world?
I want to work for NASA and make space travel more accessible for people and help design new spacecraft to explore the universe.
Tell us one fun fact about you
I play ultimate frisbee and love to “layout” for the disc.
What made you decide on Sandy Puc’ Photography for your senior photos?
Sandy and company have been our family photographers since I was a toddler so the choice was easy. My family trusts them to be the best and they always come through!
What was your favorite part of getting your photos taken?
Nikolai made it fun. I was pretty nervous about it...what to wear, how to pose, how to smile. He was able to put me at easy and get me to relax, smile and have fun. Plus, I had an odd prop and he went above and beyond to make sure that I had some great pictures with it that made sense. So something that I had been dreading turned into a great experience!