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The relationships that I’ve built working as a wedding photographer get even stronger with time. You start out doing an engagement session followed by a wedding and if your lucky it might continue into documenting the couples pregnancy, family life etc.

Katie and Jordan have shared many great moments starting with their engagement session in July of 2010. About a year later their Royal Catholic Wedding was full of heart-felt pictures. The fact that it was Katie’s brothers first wedding as a recently graduated priest added to the uniqueness.

Now continuing with their pregnancy pictures 3 1/2 years later is really cool. If the stars and moon line up over the next couple of weeks, I might be able to photograph the birth of their first baby.

The trust and friendship these two wonderful people have given me really feeds my soul. I can’t wait to experience the next step in their world.

Kent

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Alli and John are getting married July 12, 2014 at Our Lady of Loreto Church followed by a reception at the Colorado Golf Club.

There was never any doubt about where they wanted to do their engagement pictures. Alli’s uncle owns a cool ranch up on Mt. Vernon with a bright red barn and one hilariously funny horse that likes to photo bomb.

Cheers, Kent

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Rachel and Aaron chose a scenic location that looked a bit like their wedding site. Roxborough State Park was the perfect place on the quiet Sunday morning of May 5, 2013. The park is filled with dramatic red sandstone formations much like the Garden Of The Gods in Colorado Springs. Rachel and Aaron were married at the Garden Of The Gods Club on June 1, 2013. Please check back to see their wedding pictures in a couple of weeks.

Cheers, Kent

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Recently I volunteered to photograph children with cancer at Children’s Hospital Colorado. It had been more than a year since the program Flashes of Hope was able to do portraits of children and their families because of the concern for spreading colds, flu and other illnesses. Geri and I photographed 13 kids, ages 9 months to 10 years old. Many of the photos needed to be made while the kids were isolated in their hospital rooms.

This was the fourth time I’ve photographed for the Flashes of Hope program, and it’s always a humbling feeling to look deeply into each of these kids’ eyes and do my best to draw out their personalities.

Cheers, Kent

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