SKETCHBOOK: Hannah on the Waterfront

I feel so blessed to have the best senior portrait clients ever. Especially those who don’t mind looking as pretty as Hannah does here. We did a couple of locations to make sure she had a good variety of portraits and, even though we had to wade through Louder Than Life concert traffic, it ended up being worth it in the end. We had a beautiful day and the river was looking its best. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Hannah on the Waterfront”

SKETCHBOOK: Tanya and Jennifer on the Waterfront

When our beautiful brides-to-be, Tanya and Jennifer, posed for their photos we spent some time in different downtown Louisville locations and we progressively made our way to the Waterfront. The Ohio River and the bridges are such an important part of Louisville’s identity that there are tons of photos taken in that location. We wanted to do something a little different. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Tanya and Jennifer on the Waterfront”

A bridge keeps Louisville weird

First Look at the Big Four Bridge by Tim Girton

The Keep Louisville Weird movement, admittedly, is based on the Keep Austin (Texas) Weird phenomenon. However, it’s something the town has taken to heart. Continue reading “A bridge keeps Louisville weird”