FOREST FOLK

Dare to be different.

Fall 2014

Hello and welcome back to Wake. It’s exciting to be on campus and photographing again. Thank you for your support over the past two years, the Forest Folk wouldn’t exist without it. As the blog moves forward, the plan is to continue meeting, photographing, and highlighting members all across the Wake community. 

See you around. 

Beloved Forest Folk Followers, 
It saddens me to say that I am graduating and thus leaving behind something that I feel very close to. Well, in essence, I will be taking it with me, along with all of the memories that photographing you all has provided me with. I want to thank all of you who have supported our site from the beginning, and who have believed in the gradual change of Wake Forest. I think slowly but surely, we have done our part. But the process must continue. And not to worry. Although I will be gone, Sean will still be around next year to provide you all with great photos. I guess I have an excuse to come back now…
Farewell,
Kovi

Beloved Forest Folk Followers, 

It saddens me to say that I am graduating and thus leaving behind something that I feel very close to. Well, in essence, I will be taking it with me, along with all of the memories that photographing you all has provided me with. I want to thank all of you who have supported our site from the beginning, and who have believed in the gradual change of Wake Forest. I think slowly but surely, we have done our part. But the process must continue. And not to worry. Although I will be gone, Sean will still be around next year to provide you all with great photos. I guess I have an excuse to come back now…

Farewell,

Kovi

Kristen Watkins. Communication Major. Corps Service Member at City Year. New Orleans, LA.

Kristen Watkins. Communication Major. Corps Service Member at City Year. New Orleans, LA.