“I think I’m just gonna stay barefoot for all my photos today.” -Brittney Dermo. Our response? “Of course.” 😉 How could we resist that award-winning smile? This beautiful, fun-loving Carrollton High School senior set the tone for her senior photos at a friend’s farm house, and we knew that her casual, laid-back images were going to be amazing. Brittney was climbing trees for us, playing in the flowers, and smiling by the old fences on the beautiful land- in the perfect Tory Burch belt, of course. Then she continued to amaze us as we photographed her in her prom dress against the blue night sky- not to mention the incredible job she did at her earlier spokesmodel shoot with a red Beechcraft Staggerwing airplane! We simply couldn’t have asked for a better spokesmodel– see more of our favorite images of Brittney and read what she has to say about her unforgettable senior year below! Thanks, Brittney, for always being so wonderful to be around, brightening our days with that genuine, million-dollar smile, and helping out at other shoots too! No wonder Carrollton High School loves you so much (and we do too)!!
Favorite senior year memory so far:
My favorite senior year memory so far is definitely homecoming week. I loved dressing up, being silly, and riding through the parade, and having all the little kids scream your name is something that’s hard to top!
Fav song, Bible verse, or quote this year:
My favorite Bible verse for my senior year is “She is clothed with strength and dignity, and she laughs without fear of the future.” Proverbs 31:25
My favorite quote is “Today you are you. That is truer than true. There is no one alive that is youer than you.” Dr. Suess
Plans for next year:
I plan to attend West Georgia and get my degree in early childhood education and minor in special education, and I will continue to work at The Squire Shop.
Advice for the class of 2014:
My advice for the Class of 2014 is just to come to school and make sure to stay on top of your class work, but don’t forget to make the most of your senior year because it only comes once.
Anything your classmates would be surprised to learn about you:
I’m pretty open, so I feel like my classmates know a lot about me all ready . . . probably more than they would like to. Haha
How do you want to help change the world?
I hope to help change the world one child at a time– to instill confidence and a passion for life with the love of Jesus Christ!