This is the combination that my brother suggested I use.

The portrait shot is a juxtaposed feel to the 1:1. She is more positive and inviting whereas the second shot is more dynamic and relatable to the context of the location. Plus, the water tower (which is distinguishing landmark in kidsgrove) can be seen more clearly than any of the other shots outside. I used a longer focal length which compresses the sense of distance brining things closer together.

I also enjoy how she seems to be leaning into the text on the first shot. We can also see more of her features in this shot as opposed to the moodier image where her face is hidden in chiaroscuro lighting.