Tag Archives: professional photography

Naila | Liberty High School Senior Portraits | Class of 2019

Senior Season for the Class of 2019 has been in full swing since mid-summer, so it’s about time we kick off our features for this awesome new group of SENIORS! Naila is a beautiful, talented senior with a quiet and serious side. She enjoys having fun and adores her dog, Masau. She’s a percussionist with […]

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Alaney | Cheyenne Mountain High School Senior Portraits | Class of 2018

Alaney counts herself among the newest graduating class at Cheyenne Mountain High School. She’s an accomplished musician, playing flute in the symphonic and wind ensembles. She’s also an avid reader and has years of dance experience. These past two years of high school, she’s focused on music and academics. While she describes herself as a […]

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Destini | Sand Creek High School Senior Portraits | Class of 2018

Destini is a bubbly, energetic, ready-to-graduate senior at Sand Creek High School. She has a great sense of humor and a wide variety of interests and strengths. During her time in high school, she’s been a part of dance teams and choral groups. She loves traveling and trying new cuisines, and whether in town or in […]

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Lea | Woodland Park High School Senior Portraits | Class of 2018

During her time at Woodland Park High School, she’s enjoyed singing in the choir. She is hard-working and driven – she’s already working toward her college degree. Lea plans to pursue a career in criminal justice, and she’s clearly already on her way to achieving that dream! Lea was excited for her senior portraits and […]

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Alexis | Palmer Ridge High School Senior Portraits | Class of 2018

Alexis is just weeks for graduating from Palmer Ridge High School. During her time, she’s been active with speech & debate, Key Club, and newspaper. She was editor-in-chief with the newspaper senior year. She’s also competed on the tennis team. Alexis loves serving in the community and has given many hours toward local organizations and […]

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