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Louisville, Kentucky

On March 29-30, I will be In Louisville Kentucky doing photo shoots in the surrounding areas. Below are a few of the locations I have found that I think would be good places to shoot. If you have a suggestion or idea of where you would like to shoot, send me a message through facebook or instagram. This is the last time I'm going to be in Louisville until I get back from my eastern bus tour so if you have been wanting to shoot with me, now is the time to do it!! 
We will be shooting 1 outfit per location so there will be quite a bit of traveling in between sets. Below I have set up a few different packages you can choose from. Select the buy now button that goes with the package that works best for you. After making your $100 non refundable deposit, message me on facebook and we will plan times and locations using the outfits that you're wanting to use.   

10 outfits, you get 30 fully edited digital images of your choice

includes 3 different looks of hair and makeup with a professional hair and makeup team
also included is
port book classic black binder with plastic sleeves images will be printed at 9x12
and short video showing your personality and your runway walk

6 outfits, you get 20 fully edited digital images of your choice  includes one look
 hair and makeup with a professional hair and makeup team

3 outfits, you get 10 fully edited digital images of your choice.

1 outfit
you get 3 fully edited digital images of your choice

This Location is a beach with rocks and stones looking at the damn, i think it would be awesome location for editoral looks for designers 

Cool Underpass that i think would make for some bad ass photos 

Old Taylor Distillery

Frankfort, Kentucky
While not in Louisville, this abandoned distillery has some newfound Louisville ties. Built in the late 1800s, Old Taylor Distillery -- complete with turrets, gardens and pools -- didn’t look like other distilleries of its time. Because of its abandonment in 1972, and the ensuing decades of neglect, vandalism, and decay, the property was looking pretty rough. Enter Louisville distiller Marianne Barnes who, alongside a team of developers, hoped to restore the property to its former glory.

Ouerbacker-Clement House

This Romanesque-style mansion was built for a prominent   merchant  Samuel Ouerbacker in the late 19th century. It changed hands  over the years but was  repossessed by the city in 2005. In 2014, the property was sold for $1 to Oracle Design with the hopes of restoring the mansion and turning it into apartments.