When I was a Senior, I did not have senior portraits taken, I only had the drape picture from my high school. I’m not sure the photographer really cared too much where I was headed for college or even what my name was for that matter. He just wanted to get the pictures, get paid, and to be onto the next student. Being a photographer myself, this baffles me!
To me each Senior is a student with a unique personality that has been brought into my path. I don’t take for granted the special people God sees fit to bring into my life. It is a pleasure and honor to discover personalities and showcase the REAL of these students! With this in mind I wanted to create a program that would not only provide Seniors with beautiful portraits, but also provide them with much much more!
Thus, the Nicole Adele Photography Senior Rep Program was born! The Senior Rep program is designed to provide these young ladies a chance to mentor each other and their friends all while being a Senior Rep of Nicole Adele Photography. The mission is to encourage each other as young women, lift each other up, and share real life experiences with each other to make teenage years just a little bit easier to get through. Because guys, high school can be tough and for me, I know it especially was. So, I can only imagine how school is now. With this program, I am simply looking to provide tools to a select few ladies who feel they can be a good role model, mentor, and set a good example to their friends and peers.
Not only do I get to spend some fabulous time getting to know these sweet girls; they will also be invited to a styled photo session with professional hair and makeup, a year end session with cap & gown portraits, along with many other great perks and surprises along the way. I am blessed to have these young ladies in my life and can’t to introduce each of them to you…but for now you can meet 4 of this year’s 6 amazing reps.
MaryCamryn, Jamieson, Emma, & Madison!!! We had the best time at our meet and greet held at The Pit & Peel, and they even humored me and walked several blocks just so I could take pictures of them in front of the Beecycles mural here in Richmond, VA! I love these girls already and I can not wait for all the fun that is to come.