Do you want to get in shape without getting bored with the same old routine? Do you want results that last for the long haul? Do you want a fun yet competitive environment? Do you like being around a bunch of great people? If you've answered yes to these questions then you've come to the right place. THAT'S WHO WE ARE!!!
Briana Leigh may be getting a degree in psychology, but she won't let that stop her from pursuing her other passion: photography. Briana has amassed significant experience in her years, and she brings it to bear in a variety of shoots. She has particular experience in senior portraits, boudoir shoots, and engagement and wedding photography. To keep things simple, she provides clients with CDs of images from which they can select photos to print.
Photographer Jake and lighting expert Sokol team up to give clients exquisite, detail-oriented photo shoots that capture memories. Those details include everything from time-lapse techniques and color calibration to making sure no one has food stuck in their teeth. Through years of obsessive study and professional experience in Colorado Springs, Jake ensures precise composition and flawless photos with a journalist's perspective. The duo exacts this precision during sessions for families, couples, kids, and individuals. Weddings are also considered a forte, and they cover them with two photographers to guarantee every single meaningful moment is captured in crisp detail.
Covering arts, entertainment, business, travel, and a surplus of other timely topics, Colorado Springs Style delivers plentiful details on the Pikes Peak region between the covers of six bimonthly issues a year. Recent features spell out picks for the city’s top restaurants and shops, and interior write-ups take in-depth looks at topics ranging from pain management and wildlife rehabilitation to tips for successfully navigating London, the fabled underwater metropolis found at the bottom of the springs. Issues for annual subscribers usually arrive on doorsteps on the first weeks of odd-numbered months, reliably delivered through the early snows of January to the late cranberry-sauce monsoons of November.
Before becoming business partners, Jonathan and Lindsay Betz fell in love in the shadow of the St. Louis Arch. When they first met, John was just beginning a photography career while volunteering as a firefighter and Lindsay was a music therapist serving children with special needs. After their marriage, they both agreed that the perfect backdrop for their new life together needed more mountains and fewer geometry-inspired landmarks, so they went on road trips to find the perfect place to build a home and raise a family. They eventually landed in Colorado Springs, where their two children now frolic through grassy fields while Jonathan snaps photos amid the Rockies. A member of the Professional Photographers of America, Jonathan's work has graced the pages of the New York Times. When he isn't capturing the candid smiles of high school seniors or families, or chronicling the happiest moments at weddings, he stays busy in the lab, retouching each image he captures to ensure that all colors are balanced and all Waldos are accounted for. He also hosts four-week, six-week, and one-day workshops, during which he fills students in on fundamental skills, image editing, and how to turn a photography hobby into a business.
Maybe it's talent, or maybe it's hard work, but photographer Deanna Gomes has garnered high praise for her work. Each year since 2008, she's been voted Top 10 Photographer by the Professional Photographers of Colorado—twice winning the top spot. Her versatility lets clients choose between tastefully lit studio shoots or the natural light and scenic Colorado backdrops of on-location sessions.