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Senior Liberty Fleming is not only Chief Operations Officer on the Student Council but is also a photographer.
“I love portraiture photography. Each picture is unique because every individual has different traits. It’s fun to be able to capture someone’s personality in one picture for seniors, family, and wedding pictures.”
She would like to turn her interest into a career.
“I would love to explore art as a potential career. Being able to design, create, and use my imagination every day, while getting paid, would be ideal. It’s so much better to do something you’re passionate about!” she said.
She specializes in senior and family portraits and fashion shots. “It’s the best to have full freedom for location, outfits, and props for my models, then just create!”
This will be her third year in competing at Skills USA. The regional competition will be held on March 4th. She will compete against other schools completing a test, a studio lighting session, an outdoor shoot, resulting in a composite print, and an interview.
First, second and third places will go onto State as well as two competitors from each school. State will be held on April 8-9th. The gold medalist will then compete at nationals in the summer.
She runs her own business called Limitless Expressions Photography, Editor in chief of Flight newspaper, and has been Editor of the fashion page for Flight, Her photo was on the cover of the Valley Visions Art and Literary Magazine (2010). She was Art Student of the Month-Capital High (2010-2011), and placed 1st in

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Death's New Assistent
Death's New Assistent

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