I’m sure these Fresno State Seniors can agree, this semester flew by!
Congratulations to Laura, Laura, and Maria on their graduation from Fresno State!
All the hard work has paid off and in a matter of days these Fresno State Seniors will be attending their graduations and beginning the rest of their lives! It was such a pleasure to have met each and every one of these soon-to-be graduates, but it was also a tremendous honor to capture such momentous moments for the three of them.
Though Laura’s session wasn’t technically an official senior session, it doesn’t mean I can’t give her the recognition she deserves! I met Laura at Fresno State Alpha Delta Sigma, Advertising Club meeting last fall. Upon graduation she has already secured a position working for Nettra Marketing, a local advertising agency and, in addition to that, she also runs her very own blog, look_itsLaura! We actually shot these photos especially for a post in March. Laura is a very motivated individual with a bright future ahead of her.
Laura Maciel Navarro
Like Laura Kamada, I met Laura Maciel early last semester. Laura and I helped run Ad Club as Treasurer and Vice President, so I was able to get to know her fairly well. She is so friendly with a drive that I rarely encounter. Laura is the first in her family to graduate college. She is graduating with her Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication and Journalism with an emphasis in Advertising. Recently Laura had her first day of work at the Fresno Chamber of Commerce where she has secured the position of Marketing and Operations Assistant. I am so excited to see what else is in store for her! Continue making your family proud, Laura!
After coming across the Mizue Photography Facebook Page, Maria sent me a text to check my availability and I am so glad she did! For her session Maria brought along her boyfriend and they honestly compliment each other so well. I had a blast getting to know Maria! She actually has been finished with school for a semester now because she completed all her degree requirements in the fall, but Maria’s not done yet because she plans to continue on to graduate school for speech pathology. Keep on working hard, Maria!