Class of 2020 Senior Spokesmodel Team

by Cricket

May 30, 2019

I am so excited to introduce my Class of 2020, Cricket’s Photography, Senior Spokesmodel Team! I am always so honored to see all the great kids that apply each year. I decided to have 10 Spokesmodels on my team this year, which is the most I have ever taken before! I let them know they were chosen by sending them a “Welcome Box” in the mail. Check them out below!

After they received their boxes, I scheduled a “Meet & Greet” date so that I could meet them, and they could meet each other! A sweet friend of mine has started serving brunch and lunch on the wrap around porch of her family home. She has named it MaMa B’s Porch! The way she decorates reminds me so much of how my Mom would decorate for luncheons with her friends.

After our wonderful meal, dessert, and fun getting to know each other, we went to the front yard so that I could get a few headshots of everyone so that I could introduce them to you!

Aniston Wills – Station Camp High School

Aniston is a Varsity Cheerleader for Station Camp High School and is very involved in DECA and BETA. Aniston enjoys going to the beach and her favorite color is white and light pink. (Me too!)

Sydney Irons – Hendersonville High School

Sydney is a Varsity Cheerleader for Hendersonville High School. Her team was State Champs this season and recently won 3rd place out of 48 teams at UCA National at Disney! She is also a member of the National Honor Society, DECA, and BETA clubs.

Kirsten Herrell – White House High School

Kirsten is a member of DECA, BETA, and HOSA clubs at White House High School. She plans to attend the University of Tennessee Knoxville and pursue her dream of becoming a Pediatric Oncology Doctor.

Elizabeth Parsons – Merrol Hyde Magnet School

Elizabeth is currently the Vice President of BETA club and is participating in her 2nd year in Government club at Merrol Hyde Magnet School. She was Junior Homecoming Attendant and plays soccer. She aspires to one day become a Pediatric Surgeon.

Abigayle Burns – Hendersonville High School

Abbi loves reading, swimming, and hiking. She is a member of Unicef, Skills USA, HOSA, and FCCLA clubs at Hendersonville High School. Abbi would like to go to Remington College in Nashville to become a Dental Hygienist.

Caroline Adams – Goodpasture Christian School

Caroline is an Honor Roll student and involved in Student Council, BETA Club, and National Honor Society at Goodpasture Christian School. She plays softball and is a manager for the basketball team.

Tucker Lovell – Goodpasture Christian School

Tucker is the Secretary/Treasurer of his class and a Student Ambassador at Goodpasture Christian School. He is a member of the FCA and BETA Club. He is also the starting goalie of the soccer team and was All-District as a sophomore.

Carson Casanova – White House High School

Carson is the Captain of the Varsity Golf Team at White House High School. He enjoys hunting, fishing, wood work and building things, and riding dirt bikes and 4-wheelers. I’d say he is an Outdoorsman!

Tinsley and Dylan were unable to come to our “Meet and Greet” due to Baseball and Softball Tournaments! We missed them, but I still want to tell you a little about them!

Tinsley Thompson – Station Camp High School

Tinsley is a member of the Varsity Cheer and Softball Teams for Station Camp High School. She is in Student Council and is the Class President of her class. She is a member of Beta club and the National Honor Society. Outside of school, she is involved in jiu jitsu.

Dylan Ferguson – Hendersonville High School

Dylan plays Varsity Baseball and Football for Hendersonville High School, as well as Travel Baseball. He is a member of the Honor Society, BETA Club, and FBLA. Dylan enjoys traveling. He has been to London, Bathe, Paris, Rome, Turks and Caicos, and Canada. His passport has some miles on it while he still wants to see more!

I am so excited to get started making fun memories with this Class of 2020 Seniors! Thanks for trusting me to capture your Senior Year!

XOXO,

Cricket 🙂

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