360 Tour Designs Cincinnati

Cincinnati

Northern Kentucky

Southeastern Indiana

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Our team

360 Tour Designs Cincinnati has been servicing the Cincinnati area since February 2015. We are looking to expand into the Dayton and Columbus area in the near future.

Thomas Casteel III, Owner/Chief Photographer

Thomas is a college-trained photographer originally from the west coast. He relocated to Cincinnati in 2009. A professional photographer since 2007, Thomas is well-versed in digital and film processing. Thomas’ hobbies include baseball, family time, and pinhole photography.

Kristen Wilson, Office Coordinator

Kristen is a born and raised Ohioan with a background in retail administration and customer service. She enjoys restoring vintage furniture and has a 9-year-old blue and gold Macaw named Sidney who dances and tells her good morning.

Chappell Waters, Stager/Social Media Leader

Chappell is the daughter of an accomplished interior designer and has a passion for animals. She’s married to an active Marine and has two new Shar-Pei puppies named Diesel and Copenhagen.

What our clients are saying

I was seeking a company to take aerial photos of my new funeral home being built and I was given a reference to use 360 Tour Designs. My reference undersold them!

I was extremely pleased with their professionalism and workmanship. From the prompt return email to the timely delivery of the photos - they were beyond my expectations. I entrusted a company to capture once-in-lifetime images – and they produced an exceptional quality product. I will use their product in my marketing for years to come.

Christopher H. Hoffman

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We love professional imagery but we also love talking to our clients! Please contact us with any questions or concerns you may have.

897 Hawthorne Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45245
513-297-8458

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