Superheroes, the “fallen” aftermath of epic battles, and a “getaway car”- these are some of the elements that are sure to bring box office success to this summer’s sci-fi adventure movies. Based on our experience with 2013 Alexander High School spokesmodel Jordan Ferrara, we think she could star in a successful summer flick, too! Think about it: when we photographed her for her spokesmodel shoot, she looked like a superhero in her bright, peachy-orange prom dress by her pole vault event at AHS in Douglasville, GA. At her senior photo shoot, she posed on a fallen tree as the sun illuminated her hair in true “successful-hero-who-just-won-the-battle” fashion, then modeled by a sweet “getaway vehicle“- a restored 1965 Chevy truck in a teal color that matched her necklace and complimented the sunset.
Okay, maybe you won’t see Jordan in the “Ironman” or “Superman” series of movies, but we do think she has a bright future ahead of her, and we know that she can certainly entertain! From flipping over fences to peeking over her colorful, heart-shaped sunglasses, Jordan made us laugh non-stop as we created her senior photos! In between the laughter, Jordan smiled for gorgeous shots in a glowing field and modeled like a pro by the restored Chevrolet. See, she’s multi-talented! Again, why isn’t she in a movie already? 😉 We were lucky enough to get an “interview” with this fun-loving, genuine “superhero,” and we’ve posted some of her answers below. Check out what she has to say about her senior year, future plans, and more, then check your local movie listings for more from Jordan! 😉
Favorite senior year memory:
My favorite memory of senior year would have to be field day 🙂
Fav song, quote, or verse this year:
“Pray hardest when it’s hardest to pray”
Plans for next year:
I’ll be attending Armstrong Atlantic State University; my major will be rehabilitation science for physical therapy
What you hope your classmates will remember most about you:
I hope my classmates will remember how I try to live my life for Christ.
Advice for the class of 2014:
Stay true to yourself and who you are. Always keep Christ first.
How do you want to help change the world?
I want to help change the world by leading more people to Christ. Only God can change the world and right now our country needs him. I just want people to realize that!