The University of Texas at San Antonio|Senior Portraits
“Surround yourself with the dreamers and the doers, the believers and thinkers, but most of all, surround yourself with those who see the greatness within you, even when you don’t see it yourself.” -Edmund Lee
When I came upon this quote I immediately thought of Zoheb. College is hard. College is stressful. And it is even harder when your parents are not there. Zoheb’s family is in India and were not going to be able to make it to his graduation at The University of Texas at San Antonio so not only did he have finals to deal with but also the fact that he would be crossing the stage and not see those happy tears and the proud faces of his parents. His parents still are his number one fans along with his girlfriend Mubeena, his girlfriend, who is the one who surprised Zoheb with this photo session!
Mubeena knew he was so busy with finals and she really wanted him to take the time celebrate this monumental accomplishment. Did I mention Zoheb was in the TOP 1% of his graduating class??? What an amazing accomplishment! Because Zoheb was headed out of the country as soon as graduation was over and then straight over to his new internship and job, I thought it was also a perfect time to do some headshots as well. First impressions are vital these days. We like to encourage our senior guys to bring a suit and tie so that we can do some headshots at our session as well. What better way to start the job/internship hunt than with an updated professional headshot?? You can use it for resumes and job search sites like Linked In. We also made some time for some fun candid shots in the place where most college students live – the library! These were fun and poked a little fun at those stressful countless hours of studying. We were happy when some of Zoheb’s family that lived locally surprised him at the session. We love including family – after all, they are your biggest cheerleaders! Zoheb even brought a chalkboard that Thanked his Mom and Dad for all their support!
Sam and I are honored to have met such an amazingly sweet and intelligent young man. We wish him all the best in his future and on his new job in D.C. Thank you, Zoheb and Mubeena- we had a blast with you guys!!