Archive for June, 2016

Krystelle Masters | GHS CO 16 |

Krystelle Masters is a master of style!

Lovely Kristelle from Grace High School is an artist and loves to create, and that shows through in her fashion choices. We worked in the diverse downtown area, which gave us the opportunity to capture her unique look in different lights. In her cool black number and fantastic hat, the white outdoor backdrop had her looking straight out of a magazine. Then up against the concrete city steps with her hollywood hair, we channeled her inner movie star. And of course we found ourselves in every Anchorage teen’s natural habitat: the local coffee shop.

However great her style is, it’s the confidence she exudes that makes her such a stunner!


Becca Land | ACS CO 16 |

Introducing Becca Land, Anchorage Christian School senior, class of 2016!

Becca told us she likes to hike in Girdwood, so off to the Arm we went! There are so many different looks to be created along the Turnagain Arm, from a windblown beach along the rocks, to the Alaskan mountain backdrop across the inlet, to the leafy forest of the Chugach. It’s especially diverse in the late summer/early fall when we were there with Becca, because we still have fresh greens and blue skies, while at the same time the leaves are beginning to turn for those rich fall colors.

Becca got quite the variety in her senior photos!

Lindsey Nuss| SAHS CO 16 |

Check out Lindsey’s senior photos!

For Lindsey’s senior session, we jetted over to the Anchorage Museum to take advantage of its classy architectural backdrop. Lindsey wanted to showcase her favorite color, pink, in her photos. Instead of wearing it, we incorporated the color with some pretty helium filled balloons! Finding the pink in a prop allowed Lindsey to pick the more versatile black dress that she loved!

We were lucky to have such a perfect day for an outdoor session – you can see the clear blue sky reflected on the mirrored walls of the museum!

Jack Vice | WHS CO 16 |

Introducing West High School senior, Jack Vice.

For his senior photos, Jack wanted to keep it humble. We took a trip outside to some well worn walls and took a seat. Jack brought a few different outfits and we found a few different places, but his choice to keep his signature baseball cap firmly on his head added a very cool sense of continuity to his photos.

Though the metal may be rusty and the paint chipping away, Jack emanates a sense of strength and a warmth that adds a layer of comfort wherever he goes.