Tag Archives: red rock pictures

Nia | Vista Ridge High School Senior Portraits | Class of 2020

Nia is quiet and yet adventurous. She’s a gifted athlete and competed on volleyball teams since 6th grade. She also loves the outdoors and loves her dogs. Nia is a native to Colorado Springs and was excited to feature our Southern Colorado natural landscapes in her senior photography. With our early snows last October, she […]

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Lexi | Palmer Ridge High School Senior Portraits | Class of 2020

Lexi is a quirky and easygoing high school senior who loves reading, writing, and listening to music. She also loves her Jeep trip into the mountains, and her family has a special place in their heart for Estes Park. She dreams of becoming an author. She matched well with our one-hour session and chose Red […]

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Ty | High School Senior Portraits | Class of 2019

We loved photographing Ty and getting to know his family this Spring! Ty has completed high school through online studies as he is on a high-level competitive hockey team that travels all over the country (and beyond) for competitions. Ty is quite accomplished and is looking to play at the juniors level as a center. […]

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The Brescia Family | Family Photography at Garden of the Gods

As with so many families, the Brescia Family knew their oldest son’s senior year presented an important time to not only commemorate his life milestone but also celebrate their whole family. We love helping each family build the ideal combination of sessions, and we offer a variety of options to meet each family’s individual needs […]

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Anna | Air Academy High School Senior Portraits | Class of 2019

We have truly enjoyed getting to know Anna and her family throughout their experience with us for senior photography. Anna is an intelligent and compassionate high school senior who adores animals and has a self-described “zoo” in the home – they care for everything from reptiles to kittens! Anna also plays guitar, is fluent in […]

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