Victoria Corbitt is devoted, award-winning photographer

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Victoria Corbitt is devoted, award-winning photographer

Senior Victoria Corbitt shoots photos during the Spring Court Assembly earlier this year.

Senior Victoria Corbitt shoots photos during the Spring Court Assembly earlier this year.

Ashley Spencer

Senior Victoria Corbitt shoots photos during the Spring Court Assembly earlier this year.

Ashley Spencer

Ashley Spencer

Senior Victoria Corbitt shoots photos during the Spring Court Assembly earlier this year.

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Senior Victoria Corbitt is head photographer for the yearbook and the lead photographer for the school newspaper. She has attended more than 50 school events this year to get the inside scoop and portray what the event is all about.

“Being head photographer of yearbook has given me a chance to see all the events that this high school has,” Corbitt said. “I enjoy being able to attend all these events and going behind the scenes.”

Corbitt has devoted her time to attending events and making sure she can get the best pictures possible.

“Victoria is amazingly dedicated in yearbook,” senior Sarah Williams said. “I’ve attended many events with her and she works really hard.”

She also has helped to create several pages in the yearbook and is always willing to lend a helping hand.

“Victoria is one of the most reliable staffers I’ve ever had,” yearbook adviser Ashley Spencer said. “She is always available and willing to help in any way possible. Whether she is taking photos at the sidelines of a football game, or running to a last minute event on campus, we always count on her.”

As a member of newspaper, Corbitt recently went to Norman to attend the Oklahoma Scholastic Media awards for all their hard work from this year. Corbitt won first place in the state for her series of pictures covering the football game in Coppell, Texas earlier this year.

“It was surreal, but I’m proud of myself for that accomplishment and so is my family,” Corbitt said.

Corbitt has grown attached to the class and will be reluctant to leave it behind.

“I love yearbook and I’m going to miss going to all the events and taking photos,” Corbitt said. “I think that it’ll be weird to go to events in the future and not be taking photos.”

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