Meet Cheyenne, a strong, passionate, and hard-working recent Rutgers graduate.
Cheyenne majored in Exercise Science and Sport Studies. She was involved in Rutgers University Club Softball, the Transfer Center as a Transfer Mentor and Rutgers Leadership Academy within the Leadership Office. Her interests include being outdoors, lifting weights and running, and walking her dog. Spending time with family and friends is always important to her.
Cheyenne chose two on campus locations for her shoots. We started the shoot on College Ave near Scott Hall. She chose College Ave because she spent her last semester there and always thought the campus was beautiful. She studied a lot there during exam time.
“The pictures on College Ave on the stairs are extremely gorgeous. The snow was nice, but by the time we took the pictures it melted a bit so it made it hard to find a nice spot for the pictures.”, Cheyenne recalled.
Cheyenne was looking for a calm, winter look. Her birthday and her graduation date are both in the winter so she wanted the pictures to look like it was winter.
Our second set of pictures were done near the Plaza at Livingston Campus. Cheyenne chose Livingston because she lived there for two out of the three years that she was at Rutgers.
“I absolutely loved the outcome from Livingston. I would get each picture developed and shown off in my house if I could. The lighting is beautiful and the angle of each picture fits the look I wanted.”
Cheyenne’s biggest fear was that she would not like the pictures. Turns out, she loved almost all of them and had trouble picking out which ones she wanted edited.
Congratulations Cheyenne! Wish you all the best and great success in your future study and career journey!