I feel very honored to be nominated for Denver’s A-List for Portrait Photography. As a Portrait Photographer in Littleton, Colorado and specializing in Fairy Portraits. I feel with all of my client testimonials that I deserve to win the top spot. Giving girls the experience of living in a fairytale and walking into a real Enchanted Forest makes them feel like they are real life fairies. They especially love it when they get to hold Tinker Bell’s House, and the mama butterfly. It’s truly an amazing fairy experience for them.
I would very much appreciate your support and Making us #1 on Denver’ A-List. Please click on the logo below to vote. Also, if you need a reason to Make us #1. Watch the video below. Thank you in advance.
What a fun day at Colorado’s Best morning show. I was invited back to be on the show to talk about our fairy portraits. Paula & Joanna are always a pleasure to work with as well as the entire staff. Here is the segment if you haven’t already seen it.
Personalized Fairy Story Book – 84% off for the next 24 hours
- A personalized mobile app with all your images which can be shared on all the social networks ($390 value).
- A personalized video slide show with music ($200 value).
- All your images (web ready) for Facebook, Blog, email, etc. ($50 per image value – most sessions have at least 12 images $600 value).
Mother’s Day isn’t too far off. This would make a great gift for Mom, and Grandma.
Appreciate your family because you never know how quickly it can change. I had the pleasure of photographing Mia for the Children’s Hospital Colorado Fairy Calendar. Which she ended up winning the cover of the calendar. Here is her story, and another reason why I want to support Children’s Hospital Colorado. Even if you have a 2014 calendar, will you please support CHC?http://paulmaynard.com/fairy-fundraiser/
Here is Mia’s Story:
Mia is a 7 year old girl who loves horses, dogs, dancing, skiing and being a sister. In June 2013, after loosing motor skills, Mia was diagnosed with a DIPG (which is an inoperable, incurable terminal tumor in the brain stem) and given less than a year to live. The Children’s hospital Neurosurgery, Neuro-Oncology, and Neuro-Radiation teams have taken excellent care with our family while facing this journey. Mia underwent a 6 week radiation treatment, which she fared well through, and that has given us several months of normalcy. We are currently in our 8th month with Mia and likely have only a few weeks of symptom free time remaining before the tumor returns and takes her from us, but we are enjoying every minute we have to make lasting memories. She still enjoys horse riding as much as our Colorado winter weather allows and has enjoyed some skiing this winter as well as a Make-A-Wish trip to Legoland, and a trip to Disney World with grandparents. This journey has reinforced the need in life to enjoy and appreciate every day you are given as well as find positives to focus on when times are tough. If you ever find yourself looking for good places to support the Children’s Hospital and Mak-A-Wish are certainly organizations that make a difference.