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Sun-Drenched Autumn Engagement Session | Abby and Sean

Lots of sunshine is my favorite lighting condition to shoot in.  And a super-happy-in-love pair happen to be my favorite types of couples to photograph. So it might be obvious when I say that Abby and Sean’s engagement session was one of my favorites from 2014.  I’m just counting down the days to their winter wedding at the Sonnenalp in Vail at the end of 2015–can’t wait to photograph you again Abby and Sean. :) colorado_engagement_photographer1

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Winter Family Photo Session | Estes Park Colorado

A few years ago I had the delightful pleasure of photographing Charity and Jeff’s Family Portraits.  Their session was featured on Inspired by This, and soon, Charity and her family exploded all over Pinterest.  Just type “fall family session” or “family photos” in a search–their photos are EVERYWHERE.  In fact, when I type “family” on the pinterest app on my iphone, an image of Charity + crew show up as THE THUMBNAIL image for “family pictures.” Woah. We’re talking pinterest celebrity status here for this family. :)

I was so excited for round two–this time trading the fall leaves for evergreens and mountains in a chilly, winter family session near Estes Park.  Jeff told me that he had recently been recognized by a complete stranger….”Hey, I was just on pinterest–I SAW PHOTOS OF YOU WITH YOUR FAMILY!!!”  Funny stuff.  Pinterest celebrities, I’m telling you.

Here are a few of my favorites from their family session last winter. Enjoy them, pinterest world. :)


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Author Headshots | Cynthia St. Aubin

In grad school I knew her as Cyndi.  She was the super-smart, beautiful one that that knew exactly how to have intelligent conversations with our Art History professors about the (mostly-incomprehensible-to-me) writings of Foucault, Heidegger, Derrida and other post-modernist philosophers. For two years we were in nearly all of the same classes. We hung out together in the TA lab in a cramped little corner of the HFAC, attempting to help freshman and sophomores understand the difference between Impressionism and Post-Impressionism, or assist in their preparation of essays on how social/economic/political factors influenced art of the early 20th century/Renaissance, etc.  In our final year, during the same semester we both taught our own sections of Intro to Art History classes to undergraduate students. I’m pretty sure we both finished and defended our master’s thesis the same week in April.  We graduated. Moved states. Became friends on facebook. I became a photographer. Cyndi became an author. Nearly ten years passed.  Last year Cyndi emailed me with a request to do some headshots to include in her books and website. I couldn’t have been more excited to see her again, in our new lives.  It was so good to see you again Cyndi. :)


FYI: For more on Cynthia St. Aubin, visit her website or Amazon author page.

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Cynthia St. Aubin - January 28, 2015 - 11:48 am

Angie, it was such a pleasure doing this photo shoot with you! Also, it’s been so fun reliving a little slice of the grad school days, even if I can no longer remember a word Derrida wrote (I think I blocked it out). Thanks for such an amazing shoot and for the great memories!