Now this is a story all about how / Our lives got flipped, turned upside-down/ And we’d like to take a minute, just sit right there/ Tell you ’bout our shoot with the Princess of Bel-Air.
Yep, we just referenced the rap from “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.” Yep, we’re silly. But that’s enough about us. We’ve got to tell you about the Princess of Bel-Air, Brielle Farrell!! Ha ha. Why does she bear that title? Brielle was the perfect model next to her grandparents vintage 1957 Chevy Bel-Air! Brielle is one of our 2014 Alexander High School spokesmodels this year, and we couldn’t resist doing a shoot with her and that awesome red, vintage car! We couldn’t get over how adorable (and fierce!) Brielle looked in her blue polka-dot dress, not only with the bright red Chevy, but also next to her grandparents’ jukebox and vintage Coke table and chairs! Brielle took us back . . . even further back than the era of “Fresh Prince.” Ha ha. She took us all the way back to the 50s! In addition to doing this fun, playful, retro shoot with her, we also photographed Brielle by a cave, near a busted TV (crazy, huh?), and in the beautiful, late afternoon sun! Once the sun set, we worked with Brielle to get the final shots of the day, and we all loved the gorgeous, dramatic sky! Brielle, you are too much fun, and we love your range of modeling talent- from modern to retro and everything in between! You’ll always be our Princess of Bel-Air! 😉
Want to hear from Brielle? First, grab a glass-bottled Coke, scroll down through her images (and yes, we saved the Chevy Bel-Air images for last), and read what she has to say about her senior year and future plans!!
Favorite senior year memory so far:
My favorite high school memory would have to be hanging out with the people I love most!
Fav song, quote, or verse this year:
My favorite quote is; “Don’t cry because it’s over; smile because it happened.” ~Dr. Seuss
Plans for next year:
Next year I plan on going to college and studying to be a nurse practitioner.
What you hope your classmates will remember most about you:
I hope my classmates will remember me being funny and someone you could talk to and rely on.
Advice for the class of 2015:
I would tell them to be who you are, because you should never try to be something you’re not, and STUDY!! Lol