Joseph Ryan Garcia’s Senior Photographs

We are well into the new school year and I have been extremely busy shooting high school senior sessions! The seniors are always a blast to shoot; most seniors start out pretty nervous, but after a few minutes we are laughing and the smiles are genuine. I allow seniors to bring up to six different outfits to change into; I love seeing the different collections of clothing, shoes, and jewelry the students bring. I wish the class of 2012 a wonderful school year– I will see you at graduation!!

Two Year Old Pictures Are a Challenge!

Little David did not like having his photos taken. In fact, he did not seem to want to see me at all! When I was hidden, David smiled. A lot. This photo shoot consisted of me hiding and acting/feeling like the paparazzi, while David’s mom and dad hung out and played with David in the area we were shooting. Thank goodness we were not at my studio for this shoot, there is no way that I would’ve been able to hide and get these great smiles.

Taos High School Graduate Moving On!

Emily Quintana is a beautiful 17 year old graduate from Taos High School. She received her diploma at the end of May 2011 and plans to continue her education at UNM in Albuquerque. We took some amazing pictures of Emily alone, Emily and her boyfriend, her brother, and her entire family.

High School Senior Portraits for an Espanola Graduate

High school senior photos are a perfect way to document the incredible accomplishment of a journey finally completed. You may bring up to six different outfits to your senior photo session and we will photograph you with your guitar, your car, in your sports gear, cap and gown, on your snowboard or skis, in your favorite t-shirt, or your best dress clothes, or whatever you may challenge us with. I love the traditional Native outfit that Dino is wearing in some of these photos. The turquoise is so brilliant and the bead work is amazing.

Wedding at Sushi A La Hattori in El Prado

Alison and Donald were married under the traditional Jewish wedding canopy, a Chuppah. Their wedding was on a very rainy day so of course friends were joking that the Chuppah would keep them dry if we had another downfall. As soon as the couple were wed, the sunshine came out to light up Taos Mountain. The reception site at restaurant Sushi A La Hattori was a perfect place for congregating, delicious food, and gorgeous photos in green courtyard at Overland Sheepskin Company.

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