September 2, 2015

Obituary

Kelly LaDuke

Florida Trend photojournalist, 1961-2010. See a photo gallery of her work below.

| 8/1/2010

Kelly LaDuke Art director Gary Bernloehr gave Kelly LaDuke her first Florida Trend assignment in 1994. That photo-shoot resulted in a 16-year relationship between LaDuke and the magazine. Her series of photos for a cover story on the cost of sprawl in 1994 won a Green Eyeshade award even though the photos were not submitted for consideration. The magazine entered the written feature in the contest, but the judges liked the photos so much that they decided to recognize them.

LaDuke photographs Lesa France Kennedy
LaDuke photographs Lesa France Kennedy of International Speedway Corp.for a cover in 2005, with Florida Trend art director Gary Bernloehr assisting.
LaDuke’s photos appeared in national publications as well, including the New York Times and USA Today. LaDuke died June 7 of ovarian cancer. She was 48. A photo of her is at left.


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View some of LaDuke's photos that have appeared in Florida Trend.

Photo Gallery: Click thumbnail to enlarge, includes caption.

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