Sometimes you see someone and you can’t help but think, “Wow, I want to be their friend.” Julia is one of the sweetest and most sincere high schoolers I’ve ever met. She started following me on twitter and other social media and has been one of my biggest hype girls in my photography career. If you don’t know Julia, then you’re missing out.
Born and raised in Alabama, sweet Julia is passionate in music production and the Lord. She knows that she is blessed and is absolutely content with her life. She doesn’t know what the Lord is doing in her life right now, but she has confidence in His plan and His purpose. She is active in her church and helps out at school by being the senior class secretary, a part of the chair of communications, and on the graduation committee. She helps out whenever there is an opportunity.
Passionate in music, Julia’s dream school is the University of North Alabama in Huntsville where she would study in audio engineering, a fancy term for music production. She hopes to travel with bands and help out backstage with theater productions and broadway shows.
One of her biggest inspirations are her parents because they are constantly serving others and setting an example for her siblings and her. Her hobbies include soccer, guitar, painting, eating, and working at Jenni Weller. She loves serving others and planning for big events.
This sweet lil girlie has a go-with-the-flow attitude, taking the time to enjoy life and it’s many blessings.
A life verse is a Bible verse that is given to a senior to memorize by graduation at Julia’s school. Her life verse is Proverbs 3:27 which says,
Do not withhold good from those to whom it is due,
When it is in the power of your hand to do so.
“People need to be kind to each other. You can’t complain when people are mean when you had the power to do something about it, which is good because I am petty and hold grudges. It is a reminder for me to be kind to people no matter what.”
- “I wanted to change my name to Zoe. I’m glad I didn’t!”
- “I was never a dog person until I got one.”
- Overly optimistic about things.
She’s ready to get out of this small town and reach her full potential. I don’t blame her!
Good luck to you, senior, as you’re finishing out your last year of high school and about to start a new chapter in this blessed life of yours! It was an honor to tell your story through words and photos.