Sharing Chase’s Senior Story

Chase is a quiet, remarkable young man whose story takes place on the sports fields of his high school and at a studio in Houston, Texas. Enjoy his story as told through my photographs and video and his words!


When I was 5, I wanted to be a professional baseball player. Now I want to be an electrical engineer.

I most admire my parents, because they support me and push me to be the person I am today.


My favorite way to spend my weekend afternoon is hanging out with my friends.


I’ve played baseball and football all four years of high school.


Funniest moment in high school: when we spilt chalk from the baseball field line chalking machine machine on the bus, and had to stay and clean it up.


Best moment in high school: going to state in football my freshman year and getting to walk on the Dallas Cowboys’ field


My parents are always saying I’m a leader, can be anything I want to be in life, and to go follow my dreams.


My friends say I’m funny and like to talk trash.


I think I’m a fun, outgoing person who likes to meet new people and loves sports.


I lettered in football 3 years, and in baseball 2 years. I was named to the all district team in football my junior year.


Three things on my bucket list: swim with Great White sharks, go to Italy, and see the Eiffel Tower in Paris