Tag Archives: waterfall portraits

Katelyn | High School Senior Portraits | Class of 2019

Katelyn has spent her high school years at both Widefield and Doherty High Schools and has enjoyed competing on lacrosse teams and being active with Young Life. She loves our Colorado outdoors and loves hiking and relaxing in her hammock to take in the views and surroundings. Katelyn’s high school senior portraits were created along […]

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Saivon | Liberty High School Senior Portraits | Class of 2019

Saivon is one of Liberty High School’s most recent graduates, and during high school, he enjoyed science, math, and art classes best. When not in school, Saivon loves video games, playing tennis, and he’s competed in Special Olympics. He loves being active outdoors climbing rocks and also loves grabbing coffee with his sisters. The one-hour […]

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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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Austin + Lucy | Wedding Portraits in Cheyenne Cañon

Austin and Lucy moved to Colorado from Anchorage and were excited to have Jon create gorgeous wedding portraits for them in Cheyenne Cañon this past fall. That setting was perfect because they wanted to have a place that bridged their time in Alaska with these new chapters beginning here, so the evergreens and water helped […]

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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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