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!
View more photos at Old Main here
View more photos at Nittany Lion Shrine here
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!
View more photos at the arboretum here
View my senior portraits portfolio here