Anlan's mother reached out to me for senior portraits of her daughter because she left for an out of state high school. She new that they wanted to do something in the Colorado mountains with an epic mountainous background, and I new that Mount Falcon would be perfect for her vision.
Hailey wanted something different, and colorful for her Denver senior pictures. If you have driven through RINO you know how colorful and different those graffiti walls and murals can be. Everywhere you look is covered with bright splashes and beautiful artwork.
Alexis is an amazing person that I came to adore very quickly when she reached out to me for an internship last year. I had an intern at the time, but truly enjoyed getting a small glimpse of this awesome person all the same.
Luisa and I met through her mother and my husband before she was searching for Denver senior portraits. The two of them work together at my husband's non-profit called Re:Vision, so we were bound to meet. We wanted to shoot somewhere in the neighborhood and chose Belmar Park in Lakewood
As a Denver senior portrait photographer I am constantly on the prowl for new locations to match up with my senior clients. This particular location has a very special place in my heart. I have driven passed it and often use it as a great place to stretch while driving to Salida or the Dunes.
I recently had a discussion with a highschool senior's grandmother who said that nowadays it is so much easier for people to find the right photographer for themselves. When she had her senior pictures taken, she had one choice, and it was a shot in a studio.
We don’t force you into some pre-contructed photoshoot. We want to create shoots that are as unique as the people we are working with. Our approach is to find the location that matches you. That your clothing compliments your environment, that you feel comfortable