During her spare time, Hernandez likes listening to alternative music by Anthony Green, which helps her calm down and relax. As far as her favorite food goes, she prefers sushi over anything else. “I can eat sushi every day if I could,” Hernandez said. She loves dogs and has a Cockapoo that’s three years old named Max; she loves taking him for long walks around town. In a few years Hernandez sees herself reaching her goals and attending a university in London. She plans to major in English and Journalism, and intends on living an independent life with no kids and exploring the world. Hernandez has a bright future ahead of her and she won’t stop chasing her dreams until she reaches the top. With that said, she aspires to start the year with a positive attitude.
Over the summer, Macias gained work experience while interning for Prestige Portraits, a company that specifically takes professional high school senior portraits. Her work involved secretary-like duties, such as calling for reminders and filing papers. When she is not taking photos, she is at the mall shopping for the latest styles at Pac Sun, one of her favorite stores. Macias walks around her neighborhood to ponder over her life. Her friends admire her sense of forwardness, personality, listening skills, and great advice. Macias makes her friends a priority. “The more you don’t see the person, the connection really isn’t there”, she stated. She started photography in the seventh grade, at Davis Middle School, and she has been taking pictures ever since, because photography challenges her to become better. Her personality, work ethic, and perseverance are all aspects that allow Macias to be an extraordinary photographer.