SENIOR SPOTLIGHT

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GRAYSON ROMIG

Visual and Fine Arts Major 

Concentration in Photography

Photography is so much more than centering something in the frame. I want my art to be a vessel for others’ emotions and experiences through storytelling. My photography should express other people’s feelings when they feel they cannot. I allow it to be raw and unfiltered yet stand on biblical principles.

 

My plan for after graduation is to apply for a law enforcement position, most likely a Sheriff's position. In addition to that, I want to coach youth soccer and develop talented kids.

Instagram: @romig_photography

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KAYLA FARLOW

Psychology Major

Double Minor in Bible/Theology and Visual Arts

Kayla Farlow, graduating with a major in Psych and double minor in Art and Theology. I am counting down the days until I become Mrs. Regan :) I am taking a gap year after graduating to work in the mental health field as well as work at my church before my (future) husband and I will pursue our degrees. We will be married in November and then we will settle into married life, pursue higher education and start our family! I will be pursuing my Master's degree in Social Work to work with children and families. I am excited to see what God has in store for us as we continue to work for the Kingdom and live to give Him glory!

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CHRISTION SEYMOUR

Psychology Major

Minor in Public Policy

My name is Christion Seymour, I am a graduating senior in the art department. Although I am not a creative arts major I have had the privilege of being able to participate in the art department, and art show every year since my time as a freshman here at Jessup. I am currently finishing a bachelor's degree in psychology and a minor in public policy. The medium that I use for my artwork is aluminum foil, I love creating sculptures out of it because it is an extremely malleable yet fragile material. I believe that aluminum foil does an elegant job of representing the adaptability, creativity, and fragility of human beings living in an ever changing world. After graduation I intend on seeking a career with either local, or federal law enforcement that will provide me with the chance to put my knowledge of psychology, and my policy skills to use. I will always look back on my time at Jessup, and the creative arts department with warm memories. In some small way it's like I'm leaving a part of my heart on campus.