Claire’s So-Cal Senior Portraits
(San Diego California Senior Portraits) If there is one word I can use to describe Claire it would be “heart”. She puts her heart into every thing she does.
Claire’s love of horses started at a very young age, visiting her Grandpa and Grandma’s Arabian horse farm in Missouri. She has always had a special connection with horses, even as a toddler. She began hunter/jumper training when she was 8 years old and has successfully competed locally. She hopes to continue riding while attending college. Claire loves and appreciates the unique bond between humans and horses.
Claire’s passion for animals and her warm heart led her to co-found a charity when she was 10 years old called Rags for Wags. RFW collected towels and gently used or new pet products to donate to local animal shelters. It has donated over 2,500 items and 500+ dollars. RFW has received recognition for it’s good work.
Social justice is also a cause close to Claire’s heart. She co-founded the Social Justice Club at her high school and is involved in peer training with the Anti-Defamation League.
Her other passions include traveling, being a foodie, and her rescue dog, Jemma.
Claire is senior in high school and has some scholarship offers at a few different universities. While she hasn’t made her decision yet where to attend, she wants to major in Marketing with a minor in Photography and dreams of pursuing a career in the fashion industry.
I love these pictures because they show her passion and her heart. Thanks so much for beautifully capturing both in images we will always treasure.
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