I recently asked a couple former female clients, "Which guys at your school have great style?" One of the answers I received kind of surprised me. "None! They all just wear sweats and beat up tees." I get it, guys; it's just easier to roll out of bed and not worry about what you're going to wear when you have so many other things to concern yourself with. There's academics and athletics and family stuff. But now and then there is a guy who stands out with a style all his own and when Robin told me about her friend Jace I knew I had to get him in front of my camera! His style is modern and casual. He's an actor and singer with an incredible voice in addition to a confident sense of self. When I asked him to model for me he asked if his little sister, Kinsley, could come along also because she's hoping to do some modeling one day. Their style really determined our location because it had to be somewhere just as unique as they are and the subway in Atlanta became our perfect background!
I'm so glad they were open to doing something so different! We were able to catch the train at the North Springs Station in Alpharetta and got off at the Buckhead Station. We took pictures in both locations as well as on the train when there were fewer passengers.
They are both such incredible people! I first saw Jace in Sequoyah High School's 2017-2018 musical "Smoke On the Mountain" and his voice just blew me away! Kinsley had a role in the middle school musical "Beauty and the Beast" last year that my daughter was also in. I'm already looking forward to getting to see both of them perform again this year both in chorus and in drama. I really am hoping Jace gets the lead in "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat". He'd be SO good in that role! Sequoyah has an amazing chorus led by Mr. Joshua Markham and I'm proud to sponsor their program this year.