Tag Archives: Children’s Portraits

The Ingrum Family | Colorado Springs Family Portraits

This was a very special session for us as we have known the Ingrum Family within our school community for years. After their last family portraits in 2016 during a family reunion, it was time for new portraits to feature this current season in their family’s life. The timing of their session was perfect for […]

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The Fielding Family | Studio Portraiture has Arrived!

We are so excited to share these family portraits – the first family photography created in our brand new photography studio! 2020 officially launches the addition of a dedicated studio and the ability to provide indoor studio work for interested families! The Fielding Family was gracious to bear with the ongoing renovations that were still […]

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The Johnson Family | Family Photography at Garden of the Gods

What a treat to be the photographer to capture the very first outdoor family portraits for this family! All of their past experiences were indoor studio sessions at high volume places, so we were thrilled to provide a fully custom, guided, and relationship-focused photography experience. The Johnsons have lived in Colorado Springs in the past […]

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The Ford Family | Colorado Springs Family Photography at Red Rock Canyon

We loved seeing the Ford Family back with us, especially since they’ve added to their family since their first session with us in 2016! It was so fun to see how much their daughter has grown and to meet their son. Families with young children benefit greatly from choosing an experienced professional for their photography. […]

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The Luttman Family | Professional Family Portraits created in Woodland Park, Colorado

Photographing family portraits for the Luttmans was a very special session for us for a number of reasons. First, this was their very first professional photography session! Second, these portraits would become the art for their brand new home, designed and built by grandpa and dad. The past year or so has held a theme […]

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