Denver Goddess Sessions Photographer

Women : Beautiful

Women : Beautiful – Goddess Sessions

Natural light shoots lead to Goddess Sessions

Most people know me has a headshot photographer. However, I do like to expand my horizons with yoga portraits, high school seniors and now Goddess photography. I had the opportunity to photograph these three lovely, strong, beautiful women over the last few weeks, each unique in her own way. We all come in different sizes, shapes, ages, colors, makes and models – but we’re beautiful – both inside and out. It’s time to express that and bring out our highest self. No more body bashing. No matter how wonderful we are,

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The Studio Open House was a Success!

 

Studio open house

Clients and friends mingle on the second floor of the tower.

Studio open house

Clients on the second floor landing of the tower.

 Clients and friends mingle on the second floor of the tower.

Third floor studio

Studio open house

Cotton Mill Studio on the third floor.

 

Studio open house

Denver photographer Paul Trantow with his craft beer in the third floor studio.

Studio open house

Studio open house

Overlooking the Hercules Industries manufacturing plant.

Cotton Mill Studio in Denver-IMG_4858

Studio open house

Cotton Mill Studio at sunrise.

Studio open house

Photography by Neil Corman and Katie Warnke

The Cotton Mill Studio Open House was a success! We had 30 people come by to check out the awesome tower and studio space throughout the evening. It was a great mix of clients and friends. There was delicious food, white wine and craft beer from Denver Beer Company. There was a slideshow of my work projected on to the wall above us. There were tours of the tower built in 1890 – part of the Overland Cotton Mill. There were stories, good conversations and a drawing for special priced photo sessions. A big thanks to all those who helped me with the big event:  Mike Moore, Jim Baldwin, Kate Pfeiffer, Neil Corman, Michael Cleveland, Risa Hayes, Misty Mayhall and Rob Madison. I couldn’t have done it without you. And thank you to everyone who attended. For those who were unable to make it, we’ll do it again. Perhaps next Earth Day, maybe even before. Stay tuned.