Senior Crew member, Alyvia Cornelison, class of 2019, attends Hazel Green High School. She has an artistic personality which shines through as she marches on the field with the band and sings in concerts with the choir. When asked "What are your interests?," Alyvia responded, "Playing the flute and the piccolo has definitely had a huge impact on my life. I began my freshman year not even being able to read music." While she enjoys her instruments, she also states "I've always been into the arts; musical, operas, painting, drawing, orchestras. I'm very artistic and I love being around the arts." Alyvia's confident and fearless spirit is displayed through her bright red hair. She is not afraid to be herself, and encourages others to do the same. Her understanding and loving heart has lead her to be close with her teachers and have friends that inspire her to never give up.
A few more facts about Alyvia...
Favorite music genre: Classical
Favorite composers: Mozart, Beethoven, Johann Pachelbel
Advice to underclassmen: "Just be strong and keep your chin up!"
Three things on her bucket list: 1. Meet Jesus
2. Never give up 3. Have fun in everything she does
Favorite Sonic drink: Green Tea
When asked about her experience during her photo shoot, she replied "It was really fun at the shoot. Karen made my ideas come to life and I couldn't be happier with how they came out. She understood my vision and made it reality. I absolutely adore her." For Alyvia's senior session, she chose to take pictures on the Hazel Green High School campus. She also included her flute, piccolo, guitar, and sheet music for the photos taken by the band field. For the second half of the session, she chose to showcase her love for nature by having photos taken in a lush green field and with beautiful flowers that compliment her hair wonderfully. Alyvia chose to end her session by incorporating her heritage by wearing a tradition Korean dress called a Hanbok. She states, "My mom is half Korean so I've always been around Asian culture and I wanted to incorporate my heritage into my senior pictures."