by Cassie Mattia
Loveland, Ohio – Loveland is known for not only being home to some of the most unique businesses but also the most inspirational business owners. There’s a new business in town and the concept is both one-of-a-kind and embodies that Loveland historical charm; introducing Old School Pix!
Bailey Vermette, a local who has paved the way for the non-profit group Cincy Corgis, and her mother, Stacey Vermette, decided shortly after the 2nd Annual Old School Corgi Meet-Up that their old schoolhouse paired with their 1953 Chevy 3100 truck would create quite the backdrop for those who wanted professional photos taken. On August 22nd Old School Pix officially came into conception and since then the response has been out of this world according to Bailey.
“Currently we already have 80 sessions booked, which is absolutely mind-blowing,” Bailey said, “We just started Sunday, August 22nd, and the response has been amazing! We also plan on holding more events at the property too which will be highlighted on our Facebook page.”
Old School Pix, located at 10266 Murdock-Goshen Road, features a 2-acre property that includes an 1872 one-room schoolhouse that was formally known as Pleasant View School, a 1953 Chevy 3100 Truck, and many other vintage props. Photographers are able to rent out time slots at the property so that they can conduct a beautiful photoshoot for their clients. The property itself is private so the Vermette’s do ask that you schedule a time slot to take a tour of the property or conduct a photoshoot.
Take a look below at the photoshoots that have been done thus far at Old School Pix!
If you are interested in taking a tour of the Old School Pix property or you are a photographer interested in booking a time slot contact Bailey through Facebook messenger on the Old School Pix page or you can call Bailey at 513-668-3367.
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Columnist Cassie Mattia is a resident of Historic Downtown Loveland. She is the Co-Owner, Associate Editor, and Director of Marketing of Loveland Magazine. Contact Cassie if you are interested in promoting your event or business in Loveland Magazine. Cassie also Emcee’s events so feel free to reach out if you are in need of an Emcee for your next event, fundraiser, or sports-related competition.