Geoff is a Class of 2011 Senior at Durango High. He had the cool and unique idea of taking his senior portraits at the train station – but in the “behind the scenes” areas of the train station – which not everyone has access too. His mom works there and so she escorted us around so we wouldn’t get run over by a train. There were huge mounds of coal, coal dust, old train cards, old doors, and shovels everywhere! Such a cool place to shoot! It was really windy and therefore, really cold – but Geoff was tough and stuck it out and we got some really great portraits! At times, he was facing right into the blowing coal dust and I don’t even know how he kept his eyes open! He was so great to work with – easy going, up for anything! Then it started snowing at the end of his session – that’s how it cold it was – which was perfect, because Geoff loves snow! So, we got back out of the warm car into the cold blowing snow for a few more portraits – it was totally worth it! I was totally covered in coal dust – I discovered it behind my ears later that evening! Such a great session though! Here are a few of my faves!