Posts Tagged ‘portriat’

Louisville Family Photograper: Angela and Her Family

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

Angela is freaking beautiful, I adore her and now her mom and her daughter. They ventured out with me one on day in the miserable heat, but you’d never know, they look amazing in the photos. Take a look!




Louisville Family Photography: The Perkins

Monday, January 17th, 2011

These boys were just too cute, and once you see their mom, it’s pretty easy to guess where they get it from. They were too adorable in their little outfits and then mom busts out her little Converse. The cuteness was overwhelming!

Louisville Portrait Photographer: Photos, Mini-Sessions and Misc

Thursday, January 6th, 2011

Oy, I’ve been a pretty bad blogger haven’t I? Oh well, blame it on the holidays, general business, whatever. Anyway, I’m back and needless to say, I have quite a few gorgeous sessions in the que ready to be posted!

I did want to let you know that I am offering mini-sessions on January 15th from 10-5 at the studio.
The cost is $40 and includes:
1/2-1 hour of shooting
Editing of images
Password protected ordering gallery and
Special pricing if you want to order your images on a disc with reprint rights!


Tina brought her sweet boys down for some portraits. How cute are they, I just love Mason’s hair. I wanted to constantly ruffle it with my hand!

They each had their own little puzzle-table’s with their name on them!

dsc_9074-1Peyton is lucky to have such a sweet, older brother





Louisville Family Photography: Kaylea’s 1!

Friday, July 2nd, 2010

I have been documenting Kaylea’s life every three months for the last year. Today she brought her parents to the studio so we could snap her 1 year pictures. It only took a year and 4 sessions, but she finally warmed up to me and even gave me a smile or two without mom and dads help. šŸ˜‰

She’s such a cutie!










Louisville Portrait Photography: Current News

Friday, April 2nd, 2010

Wow! Spring is here and there’s a lot of stuff going on around here!

* & Courtney Paris Photography will be celebrating our newly remodeled studio space with an open house, Friday, April 9th from 4-8pm. We are located at 222 Pearl St, suite 108 in Downtown New Albany. I am partnering with Tracy Dupaquier of Tracy D Portraits and Tracy D Weddings, and we look forward to being your lifelong photographers for all your major events. From wedding gowns to Christening gowns, from bellies to boudoir, we’re not your average ‘Click and Print’ studio. We will also be introducing Snazzy Sweets Candy Buffet. Stop by for treats and drinks sign up for door prizes and book your sessions for wonderful deals!

*Because sessions seem to be so much fun (for everyone) if you schedule back-to-back sessions with a girl friend, you’ll each save $50.00 on your sessions! Bring some wine and snacks and music and make it a girls night out!

* If you are already a Louisville Boudoir Babe and you refer a friend and she books, you’ll get a disc with your images for FREE!

Cans For Comments!

Tuesday, December 1st, 2009

Last year I participated in Cans For Comments, and while managed to snag 8 comments, this year I’m hoping to get a lot more!

In case you’re not familiar with Cans For Comments, here’s the rundown, professional photographers from all over the country have a dedicated blog post for people to leave comments, and for every comment on that post, we will donate one canned good to charity! If anyone had any doubts about there still being a great need for help like this, let me share a little tidbit of information with you! A local organization, Interfaith Community Council, recently disclosed that in the past during this time of year, they have around 80 families apply for assistance, this year? OVER 300!!! I know I have been blessed in so many ways and what an opportunity to help others! The last day for comments will be December 14th so I have time to get the cans and drop them off! Plus, anyone who books a portrait or boudoir session, I’ll donate and extra $10 in can goods!

It’s a fun way to network, check out new people, and do some good. So leave me a comment and let’s stock these food pantries!