Call me crazy, but the moment I met Lacie, I knew I could trust her. To the point that I blurted out if she’d be interested in babysitting my boys. ? I’d be so thrilled and honored to have a Penn State graduate in Art Education spend time with Khai and Khang, indeed! Lacie has such a kind heart and patient nature. (I met her parents and I can easily see how Lacie became the tenderhearted woman she is today. ❤️) Her future students will be so lucky to have Miss Solt!
Before photographing Lacie, I secretly admired her artwork (and her students’ work as well). I love that she prioritizes genuine emotions and conveying stories through her art. Check out her incredible work here! I hope that when Lacie sees her own images below, she’ll find a woman full of confidence and someone ready to tackle the challenge of impacting young lives!
Lacie – congratulations on your resilience and perseverance, for virtually being the best Penn State class. ?? Kind, beautiful, and talented. What a triple threat you are! ? I am so proud and happy of your achievement and look forward to cheering you on your next adventure!
Update: Lacie and I met up later in the year for a fall mini session. It was literally a dream come true for me since I had a very specific vision that danced in my head for years. So much fun bringing it to life with Lacie. I love being able to feature her art as well!