Allow me to introduce Harper from Arapahoe High School! This vivacious and fun-loving senior is president of student council and actively involved in AHS’s theater program, both as a member of their elite acting ensemble and having held leading roles in past performances. For her senior portraits, we wanted to highlight Harper’s theatrical side and the Denver Center for the Performing Arts was the perfect backdrop.
Such a doll – Keep an eye out for this rising star!
Such a beautiful session with Taylor of Arapahoe High School this week! We enjoyed a beautiful late afternoon along the South Platte River, complete with a little sun, some afternoon clouds, a bit of thunder, and even a surprise snake – EEEK!! That last one certainly spooked the daylights out of mom & me (he was BIG!), but Taylor remained cool as a cucumber despite our reptilian encounter.
Grace under pressure for sure!
Allow me to introduce Peyton Smith of Arapahoe High School! In addition to being V.P. of Student Council, Peyton is an accomplished cellist and avid reader. It was so fun to showcase these diverse interests during her senior session this week! Once again I’d like to tip my hat to Marilin Stull of Pretty Neat for her help in styling Peyton’s spunky personality!
Another great senior session this past week – this time with Isabelle Jones of Arapahoe High School! I just love Isabelle’s carefree style & easy going personality. The open meadows and flower fields at Hudson Gardens were the perfect backdrop for this natural beauty.
It was a great kick off to the senior portrait season this week with this beauty from Heritage High School! This girl is such a sweetie & managed to look fresh and lovely throughout the session despite the sizzling hot temps we were dealing with. Maybe it’s her experience as a varsity cheerleader that gives her such grace under pressure!
Isn’t she lovely?
So what do you do when you find out just days before your senior portrait session that the location you had so carefully chosen is CLOSED?! I don’t mean closed as in ‘never going to open again’, but closed as in ‘so very inconveniently (i.e. annoyingly) closed on the day you just happen to have chosen for your session’.
Bummer. BIG bummer. Especially when you are looking for a location that combines natural open fields, rustic barns, tennis courts, and a place to play the ukulele. That’s right, the ukulele.
A huge shout out to each one of these graduates! It was a such pleasure to be your senior portrait photographer. I wish you the absolute best as you head into the next chapter of your life!
Make your own path. Follow your own lead. Nobody else’s footsteps lead exactly where you’re going.