Tag Archives: high school senior photographer

Katie | High School Senior Photography | Class of 2019

Katie is a joyful and talented high school senior who loves to write and excels in music talents for both piano and singing. She’s one of the triplet siblings of a family who has become dear to us, and she and her siblings have had wonderful opportunities to make music together over the years. She’s […]

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Claire | High School Senior Photography | Class of 2019

Claire is a hard-working student with a love for the 1950s and 1960s. Faith is a huge aspect to her life, and she’s enjoyed summers at Camp Elim and would love a potential career in camp ministry. She’s also an accomplished violinist. Claire is part of a set of triplets! For senior portraits, we enjoyed […]

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Aidan | Cheyenne Mountain High School Senior Portraits | Class of 2019

We have loved seeing this family back with us for their 3rd (and final) senior photography session for their kids. We always find client loyalty to be our highest compliment, and we always love being the family photographer for a family’s milestones through life. Aidan is an easygoing guy with a love for Rudy’s BBQ, […]

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Max | Vista Ridge High School Senior Portraits | Class of 2019

We have loved photographing Max and getting to know his family! Max is incredibly athletic and excels in distance running on the cross country team for Vista Ridge High School. In the Spring, he runs the longer one mile and 800 races on the track team. Jon created dynamic portraits to capture Max’s running accomplishments […]

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Sheyenne | Manitou Springs High School Senior Portraits | Class of 2019

Sheyenne will soon celebrate the milestone of graduating high school. She loves spending time with her cat and being in the outdoors. Her favorite seasons are fall and winter. She was excited to use Garden of the Gods for her photography session, knowing that location features the mountains well. This location is also best for […]

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