Ayala BAC 2012 Marching Band Photos
by Ultra Light Photography
We are the husband and wife team of Jose and Linda Fernandez. We are booster alumni who served on the BAC executive board from 2005-2006, when Jose was VP of communications, and from 2006-2009 when Linda was VP of Student Services. Two of our three sons each marched four years in the BAC: Andrew (aka "Fir-B"), Ayala class of 2008, played trumpet, and Leland, Ayala class of 2009, played alto saxophone. Our oldest son, Devin, Brea-Olinda High School class of 2001, played trombone.
We have witnessed the BAC's strong and positive influence on the lives of students and boosters. We support the BAC by photographing the experiences and performances of its students, families and staff.
Photographs of students and boosters are on sale. These photographs were taken during band camps, night and afternoon practices, booster work days, exhibitions and competitions from July 2012 thru December 2012. Photographs may be purchased as prints or as digital image files. Digital image files are available in low resolution and in high resolution.
As of this update, all senior photographs are now available. Photographs of juniors, sophomores and freshmen are in process. Updates will be published at this web page and at the Ayala BAC Facebook page.
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Yes! There is a single discounted price for buying all the high resolution digital files of a single student.
If you buy all of the high resolution digital images of one of your family’s students, you get all the high resolution digital image files for your entire family at no extra cost.
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