Visit the Easter Bunny and our Live Bunnies!

Easter is upon us once again! Stop by to visit the Easter Bunny and our Real Live Bunnies March 17 – 26! This year our studio is located inside The Mall at Lexington Green on the upper level. Please visit to see hours of operation and pricing. Feel free to book your appointment online 24/7 or contact us today at (859) 983-2630. We have many packages to choose from as well as greetings cards, single pictures, CDs and our new item this season is a USB Drive with all your photos. Just like our photo CD but a USB drive you get to keep and reuse! We look forward to seeing you this season!

Christmas is just around the corner

It's almost that time of year again?  Wow, time flys.  We hope that everyone has had a wonderful year so far.  With Christmas just around the corner we wanted to give everyone a heads up on the store schedule for the month of November.  Please see the calendar page for dates and hours of operation.  Opening day for pictures will be on November 14th from 11-6!  That's only 14 short days away.  Be on the lookout for our 2015 price list in the coming days.  Last year we started offering online booking of appointments which was a huge success.  We will continue with the same process this Christmas season.  The website for scheduling of photo sessions with Santa is  We are located in the same spot from last Christmas.  If you have never been to visit us we are located at The Mall at Lexington Green upstairs across from Artique, just before you walk into Joseph Beth Booksellers.  As always please let us know if you have any questions and check back often for updates. 

Easter Opening 2015

The Easter Bunny and our live bunnies will be hopping into Lexington Green starting March 26th at 10am!  This year we are located on the right as you make your way into Joseph Beth, across from Artique.  We’ll be open for 10 straight days through April 4th.  Hours of operation will be daily 10-8 with a lunch break from 2-3.  Reservations for pictures can be made online at or you can give us a call at (859) 983-2630.  If for some reason you do not see any times available on our booking site please give us a call as we may be able to fit you in.  With your reservation you’ll be moved to the front of the line at your scheduled time, no waiting.  Updates will be posted on Facebook, twitter and through this blog.  We look forward to seeing you at Lexington Green this Easter season! 


Facebook name change

We hope everyone is having a great year so far and ready for spring like we are.  I would like to announce that the Santa Facebook page name will be changing.  We are in the process of refreshing our web presence as a whole.  This effort is to make it easier for customers to find information and create a central brand that our Easter and Santa photography will fall under, as well as other services.  Future posts will be under our main company name as Travis Clark Photography.  We find it easier this way instead of having two different Facebook pages whereas now we can post under one account for all services which allows us to better streamline updates to you.  Expect the name change to happen on March 3rd.  Please note there is NO action needed on your part, this is just a notice of the change.

We have also launched a new website,  Please take a moment check it out.  It has all of our services, descriptions, a calendar and blog to provide all the information you need in one place.  We’ll continue to add information to the site as we grow.  Thanks for taking the time to read this and check back often for updates.  Speaking of updates be on the lookout for information about our Easter prices, open dates and hours of operation.  Hope everyone has a great week!

Snow Storm 2015

The weather is definitely frightful out there to say the least.  Its been almost 20 years since we had a snow like this.  While everyone seems against traversing the roads in this mess I, on the other hand, got out and snapped a few photos.  A snow like this presents an opportunity for photos, beautiful photos.  I am always amazed at how snow can make a once scathed scene seem untouched by the world, a newness if you will.