High School Senior │ Class of 2015


With back to school right around the corner, now is the time to schedule your senior photos!  Most high schools have an October deadline to submit your photo to the yearbook.  Don’t miss this opportunity to stand out, instead of blending in with that boring blue backdrop.

Booking your session with me, you are able to show your true colors and let your personality shine with your customized session.  From now until the end of August, you will not only receive an already great deal on senior photography but you will also receive personalized Rep Cards for you to hand out to your friends along with double Print Credit.  What’s a Rep Card you ask?  Simple- think of it as your own personal business card that pays!  Anyone that books a session with Classic Collections Photography and mentions they received your card, will earn you an additional $50 in Print Credit.  Mom and Dad will thank you. 🙂

For session information, including pricing, click here.

high school senior │ serving Brighton, Commerce City, Erie, Thornton, Arvada, Henderson, Hudson, Keenesberg, Ft. Lupton, Aurora, Lakewood and beyond!

 

 

high school senior │ serving Brighton, Commerce City, Erie, Thornton, Arvada, Henderson, Hudson, Keenesberg, Ft. Lupton, Aurora, Lakewood and beyond!

Kids Were Here {March 2014}

kids.were.here

Three simple words, right?  Kind of…   but not really.  Not for this special project anyway.

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Welcome to the 2014 Blog Circle Kids Were Here.   A sneak peek into our daily lives as we document and share evidence that our children have left their mark.  As moms, we may get upset that toys were strewn all over the place or crayons were used to decorate the walls and furniture.  One day our babies won’t be babies.  One day our toddlers will go off to school.  One day those school aged kids will leave for college.  We will always have the memories.  Whether good, bad, messy or downright destructive.  The photos we will look back at most and grin about are the ones that remind us of what our children were doing on that particular day, at that very moment.

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Toddler with a lollipop.

Sticky hands.

When watching tv one evening, my husband and I noticed a little something on the wall that didn’t quite belong.  I knew the walls were clean, as I was getting ready to paint them over the weekend.  The sun glistened in just right and lo and behold, that smudged spot on the wall was a teeny little hand print.  Miss Emmersyn had been eating a lollipop earlier that day.  She must have needed a little leverage because of the strategic placement of the print.    If we lived in a dark house, that little print would probably have gone unnoticed. lol

 march kwh

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Kids Were Here {February 2014}

kids.were.here

Three simple words, right?  Kind of…   but not really.  Not for this special project anyway.

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Welcome to the 2014 Blog Circle Kids Were Here.   A sneak peek into our daily lives as we document and share evidence that our children have left their mark.  As moms, we may get upset that toys were strewn all over the place or crayons were used to decorate the walls and furniture.  One day our babies won’t be babies.  One day our toddlers will go off to school.  One day those school aged kids will leave for college.  We will always have the memories.  Whether good, bad, messy or downright destructive.  The photos we will look back at most and grin about are the ones that remind us of what our children were doing on that particular day, at that very moment.

This month was a month filled with “how many things can be found where they don’t belong” kind of month, thanks to a curiously mischievous toddler.   Emmersyn thinks it is just too funny when you find what she hid!  This looks a bit abstract.  It’s just your basic beer bottle highlighting the chuck of chewed up apple in the bottom.  I wondered why my beer was textured.  That explains it. lol

kwh feb 1

See?  Just a beer bottle. 🙂

kwh feb 2

How about some Goldfish crackers to start your day off right?  Daddy was wondering why his shoe wouldn’t go on…

kwh feb 3

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