BSP Class of 2017 Senior Model: Jordyn
Mariner High School
Describes her personality as: very organized and detail-oriented. Her passions include dance, getting to know new people, shopping, photography & blogging.
Describes her style as: She loves a mixture of urban/vintage look and a more minimal look. She loves to mix and match textures to add interest.
Loves high school because: she has the opportunity to learn and grow and make mistakes in a place where everyone else can do the same.
Looking forward to life after high school because: she’s interested in so many different things and she can’t wait to start putting herself out there to make the most of life.
Fun fact: Jordyn loves poetry. She says, “I feel that words hold a certain importance in our lives, and i love feeling every bit of emotion that life offers me. Surviving and existing is one thing, but living is another.” I couldn’t agree more.
Wishes for her senior portraits: to be creative and do something a little different.
Favorite thing about her shoot: “My favorite thing about the shoot was how laid back everything was and just the vibe of the whole day. I felt like I could be myself with Brooks and just have a great conversation. It was nice to have a day in a great city, with the best photographer, and just to remember that all the years of growing up has led me to this moment.”
Tips for other seniors: “Some tips I’d point out for your shoot would be to just be yourself- everyone has something unique and different that we have about ourselves, so don’t be hesitant to be different in your pictures as well. Also, just coming into the shoot, be creative and open minded- you’re going to remember this moment going into the next stage of your life!”
Outfit details: “Most of the outfits I came up with came from vintage shops, H&M, and Urban Outfitters. I love a grunge/indie/neutral colored- look, and I feel that it’s important to demonstrate who you are, what you like, and what compliments you as a person in pictures. A picture’s worth a thousand words, so make them all count!! ”