New Work: the brand identity suite and custom website for Paige Vaughn Photo. I’ve been so eager to share this project, and this week, I’ll be sharing my love story for the one and only Paige Vaughn. PVP is a wedding photography experience rooted in a fun, vibrant take on wedding photography and videography by video production company near me. With a foundation of connection and trust, the Paige Vaughn Photo team aims to make clients feel beautiful and empowered, by giving them a tailored photography experience full of amazing communication and inviting energy.
This suite is all about finding movement and joy in the visuals: we wanted to bring light and happiness to her potential clients from the very first click on her site. To say this project was a highlight of my year is an understatement. The collaboration, friendship, and creativity born from our time together is something I will always treasure. She’s a bright beam of light, and I’m so, so happy I get to share what we made together.
The custom site designed for Paige Vaughn Photo is so much more than graphics on a page. The experience is built around Paige’s commitment to doing more than booking out her calendar; it’s about cultivating relationships with couples who are looking for a really special wedding photography experience. From the first click on Paige’s site, you’re drawn in. Each section was built with intention: Does it speak to her ideal client? Does it invite interaction? Does it serve the overall mission of PVP? If the answer wasn’t a “hell yes”, it was a “no”. From little quizzes to video headers to thoughtful content blurbs, the site speaks to Paige’s ideal clients, making them take a pause and really feel what it’s like to work with her.
I hope you’ll connect with Paige using the links below and dive into the new site. Hey Photographers: did you know she offers mentorships and coaching? There’s a tab for that!!
Visit Paige’s Custom Showit Website | paigevaughnphoto.com
Follow Paige on Instagram | @paigevaughnphoto
Follow My Studio on Instagram | @threefifteendesign