Author Archives: Wendy Schicktanz

Max — Marching for Success

Air Academy senior, Max, is very active with his AFJROTC (Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps) unit. He is a Vice Wing Commander, and as such, is responsible for helping to lead his unit in a number of different … Continue reading

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Bailey — Never a Dull Moment!

Never a dull moment! Such is the life of Bailey, a senior at Pikes Peak Christian School, who is an athlete, academic, actress and fashion guru all wrapped up in one pretty package! As an athlete at Pikes Peak Christian, … Continue reading

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Logan — Looking Toward the Future

“Loyal and friendly, then dark and twisty… A great protector that will fight to the end.” This is how Logan, a senior at Peyton High School, describes the two personality sides of the wolf, an animal that has fascinated him … Continue reading

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“Saddle Up” for Sheridan!

Sheridan, a 2021 senior at the Vanguard School, is an award-winning equestrian that specializes in dressage. She started riding at the age of five, and throughout her riding career has won numerous International Championships and collected over 100 championship ribbons. … Continue reading

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Josh — “Mask Wearing is Part of My Story”

Since I started my portrait business in 2001, my advertising has always included the tagline, “Our portraits tell a story … let us tell yours.” And throughout my nearly twenty years of photographing high school seniors, my portraits have indeed … Continue reading

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We Must Stop Meeting Like This!

“We must stop meeting like this!” were the words I found myself repeatedly uttering yesterday afternoon. I was at a memorial service.   And for myself, and a handful of others, this was the second memorial service in less than … Continue reading

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Baby It’s Cold Outside

Last Monday, December 16th, the weather forecast was for snow and freezing temps — with a high of around 28 degrees. Not wanting to let the frosty weather get the better of us, however, we donned a few extra layers … Continue reading

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Madeline Rose — Beautiful As Her Namesake

Madeline Rose, named after her mom’s favorite flower, has a soft spot for the less fortunate, and can be found giving both money and food to the homeless. Family is also a priority, and her family frequently engages in what … Continue reading

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Josiah — A Zest for History

Josiah is a senior at The Classical Academy (TCA), where he plays nose guard on defense and guard on offense for the Titan football team. His favorite subject is history; particularly US and military history. Last summer he enjoyed a … Continue reading

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Emilee — The Heartbeat of a Senior

Not many of my senior clients bring a stethoscope to their portrait sessions. But then, not many spend part of their school day studying to be an EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) either. For Rampart senior, Emilee, attaining her EMT status … Continue reading

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