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Featured branding!

I’m so excited to be featured on Luxecetera’s blog as a featured branding case.  I can’t say enough wonderful things about the girls at Luxe.. Ashley did an incredible job with my branding, I couldn’t be happier with it.  If you love my branding as much as I do, do me a favor and head over there to leave them a comment letting them know what a wonderful job they did.  They deserve all the kudos they can get!

If you’re looking to overhaul your branding (one of the two most important investments you can make in your business!), go to the Luxecetera website right this second and get on their waiting list.  Their prices are very reasonable, and their work is stellar.  You will not be disappointed, that I can promise you!

I can also attest that the money I have spent on branding has already paid for itself.  I’ve had so many more inquiries since overhauling my brand, and a lot more attention from coordinators, wedding industry blogs, and other photographers.  And best of all, the attention I’m getting is coming from people who have the same aesthetic vision and style as I do, so I’m starting to find that I am booking brides that really mesh with me, my images, and my artistic style.  That allows me to do a better job for them, and to enjoy the work that I do even more, and that’s priceless!


  1. Katie said . . .


    Hey there! I was in the house party of Caroline’s wedding yesterday and will be a bridesmaid in Abby’s wedding in January (remember me? ;-) ). Anyway, I love your site, and I totally agree with you on branding! Love your look/feel and the values it communicates. Just out of curiosity, what is the other “most important investment” you alluded to?

    Look forward to seeing you again!


    Posted June 7, 2009 at 5:48 pm | Permalink
  2. stacyreeves said . . .

    Hi Katie!! The most important investment anyone can make is in their colleagues, especially in the photography business. I rely on my colleagues for so much – referrals (a good 30-40% of my weddings come from referrals from other photographers), second shooters, emergency backups, advice, social activities, sounding boards, etc. I think that photographers who do not interact with their colleagues are doomed to fail, or at least be very lonely and miserable!

    Posted June 8, 2009 at 9:05 am | Permalink

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