Guitar, denim, and a tip of the hat- this sounds like the description of a country artist! No, 2013 Alexander High School spokesmodel Mollie Fuller isn’t a country music star, but she IS a talented guitarist and singer with a bright future in music, sound engineering, video, and whatever else she puts her mind to! Mollie’s awesome acoustic was almost as fun to photograph as she was, and we loved how naturally she modeled with it. She’s clearly comfortable with her guitar- whether she’s simply holding it, playing it, or even teaching others how to play it! We love the fact that Mollie wants to share her talents in a humble way by teaching others how to play as well. She makes us think of Coca-Cola’s old campaign and song lyric: “I’d like to teach the world to sing . . .”! That song has such an all-American feel, just like a great denim jacket- which made the perfect addition to Mollie’s outfits at her Douglasville shoot! We also loved Mollie’s Coca-Cola-red sunglasses inspired by Taylor Swift and her cream-colored hat that she so sweetly “tipped” towards us for a playful photo! Mollie, thank you for all the fun (and talent) at your senior photo shoot! Now, we’re off to have “a Coke and a smile”! For more about Mollie’s talents, favorite high school memories, and future plans, grab a Coke, read below for some awesome thoughts from her, and then, SMILE!
Favorite senior year memory:
My favorite memories from senior year were the back to school retreat and the ski retreat with Central Baptist. On both trips I got super close with people in my youth group, and those are the fun times I constantly look back on and are thankful for.
Fav song, quote, or verse this year:
Ephesians 2:10: “For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.”
Plans for next year:
I will be moving to Rock Hill, SC, and working with Elevation Church as a member of their video team. I will begin school in the fall at York Tech and will be majoring in Teleproduction Technology.
What you hope your classmates will remember most about you:
I hope that my classmates will remember me as a dependable person. I’ve put a lot of value into the friendships and other relationships I’ve made, so I hope they remember me as someone whom they could always count on.
Advice for the class of 2014:
Don’t be discouraged if your plans for after high school change about eight times. As long as you focus on what makes you happy and being the best you can be at it, it will all fall into place.
Anything your classmates would be surprised to learn about you:
I truly have a heart for international missions and have considered doing the world race sometimes after college.
How do you want to help change the world?
I would love to change the way the world thinks about brotherhood in Christ by simply investing in people and learning the most that I can. I want to find a way to identify with people on other ends of the world and know what bonds we share that unite us as Christians.