Co-Founder & Events Director
Glenn Means brings years’ worth of event planning skills and resources to his productions. Newly founded and headquartered in Lexington, KY, EPOCH Affairs specializes in all scale event planning. From weddings to corporate events to private parties, Glenn and his team craft beautiful occasions, whether it’s an intimate affair or a grand scale function.
Glenn has built a career in development, fundraising and event planning for both nonprofits, private sector organizations and private clients. Glenn has orchestrated a number of major events including his work with Human Rights Campaign for their "17th Annual National Dinner" held in Washington D.C, "Big in the Bluegrass Gala" for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bluegrass and CASA of Lexington's "Bourbon in the Bayou". Glenn's dedication to innovation and design was illustrated in a feature article in Forbes Magazines in 2013, the next year the national chapter of Pi Kappa Phi honored him with their "30 under 30" award for outstanding advancements in public services.
Co-Founder & Creative Director
Terrill Thurman leads the creative development department at EPOCH Affairs, he draws from his extensive background in visual art and graphic design, pairing the two he creates beautiful backdrops for all event settings ranging from an elegant dinner party to an extravagant cooperate event.
He is an artist whose innovative style and creative design has been showcased in both still art and his event planning work including weddings, private parties, and cooperate events. Terrill and his team create exquisite events, masterfully produced and distinctively designed. Terrill’s innate sense of style and ability to translate concept into reality allows him to transform his client’s ideas into beautiful timeless events.
Allison Dye joins EPOCH Affairs as the Bridal Coordinator, known as “Lady in Waiting”. Her primary role is to cater to the needs of the bride on her wedding day. While family and friends are getting ready for the wedding themselves, Allison ensures the bride receives undivided attention and all of her needs are taken care of- whether that be a last minute run to the store, final make-up touchups, or gathering the bridesmaids for pictures. In short, she will make sure your wedding day is completely stress- free.
As a marketing professional by trade, Allison has expertise in planning and executing large scale events. In addition, she serves on numerous charity planning committees helping execute some of the most successful fundraising events in and around Lexington. She has an extraordinary eye for detail and the ability to calm even the most anxious of brides. In the traditional sense, a lady in waiting is at the service of the queen; let Allison provide you with the royal treatment on your big day.
Mya Price joins EPOCH Affairs as our lead Design Consultant. Design is crucial to any event space or layout that a couple decides to use. Mya takes blank spaces and weaves together masterpieces right before your eyes. If it is making old wooden barns and enchanted country love affair or turning a simple green space into a beautiful floral dream, Mya uses her years of design experience to make the right choices for a night that are couples will never forget.
Mya works to make our brides feel very special. Mya understands the importance of how each element tie together, from the brides dress to the color palettes that are chosen. Each play an important role in what makes their day special. Mya is here to help you make the right design choices to put your mind at ease and your eyes feeling impressed with the final product.
Catherine Groeber is a Freelance Photographer and an aspiring artist based out of Lexington, Kentucky. Her passion for photography stems from her belief that pictures tell important stories that should be shared with the world. Catherine believes that a picture truly is worth a thousand words. She also loves to travel, when she can, so subjects and scenery constantly change! She feels that pictures help tell a story that can help people understand one another in a way that words alone just don't.