Tag Archives: Cheyenne Canyon

Cassidy | Rampart High School Senior Portraits | Class of 2019

Cassidy is intelligent, witty, sarcastic, and sporty. She loves reading and has served on the yearbook staff for most of her high school years at Rampart High School. She competes in soccer on both the Rampart team and also on a competitive league, and she will be continuing to play soccer for her college. For […]

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Dave | James Erwin High School Senior Portraits | Class of 2019

Dave is an outgoing, friendly, and loyal high school senior who loves his family. He is also one of the most polite and responsible seniors we have met! We love his down-to-earth nature and can appreciate his sarcastic sense of humor. He’s one who appreciates character over perfection, and that resonates a lot with us. […]

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Molly| ECA High School Senior Portraits | Class of 2019

Molly is a high school senior who’s described as loyal, intelligent, compassionate, and fun-loving. She’s active in youth group at Woodmen Valley Chapel, and WVC is our church home too. She’s excited to have been able to take her faith internationally on mission trips with the youth group. In school at ECA, Molly is active […]

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Hunter | Discovery Canyon Campus High School Senior Portraits | Class of 2019

Hunter is enjoying her senior year at DCC where she plays on the tennis team. When she’s not at school, she loves hanging out with┬áher friends, enjoying the outdoors, taking pictures, listening to music, and loves her dogs. She’s considering pursuing a career in the medical field. Hunter enjoyed our multi-hour Senior Experience photography session […]

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Connor | Destination: Colorado Springs High School Senior Portraits | Rocky Mountain School of Expeditionary Learning | Class of 2019

Connor’s family lives outside of the Colorado Springs area, yet based on a referral from one of our client families, traveled to our area to create Connor’s senior portraits. His years at high school have him graduating from a school with a neat partnership with Outward Bound and with a philosophy that encourages student-directed, hands-on […]

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