So if you have visited my blog or website before you will have noticed that things look a little different than usual. I would like to introduce you to my new branding and I hope you like it !!
If you are a friend of mine on Facebook or a member of my group on Facebook or have my on your Twitter you will know that my blog has been down for almost a week and I have been STRESSED out about getting it back. The Cliff Notes version is that when I transferred my website over to my new site through Clickbooq (which I love!), the blog didn’t manage to make the trip over with it. Bryan at Clickbooq really helped get the ball rolling to fix my blog and it was his hard work that got this rescue mission started.
So as my little blog was lost in Cyberspace, Matt through ProPhoto Blogs worked his A@# off trying to rescue my lovely new blog and bring it back to life. I was really upset thinking that I had potentially lost over a years worth of blog entries. So I am soooo grateful for having Matt come to its resue. I can’t thank him and the staff at ProPhoto Blogs enough! Matt provided AMAZING customer service! I have raved about this company before (I even have a little blurb on them at the top of my blog) as I have been SO impressed with their easy-to-use awesome blog templates, but this experience just made me love their company that much more. Matt, you are a blog saver and I can’t thank you enough!
So back to the story of how this whole new blog / rebranding experience started.
I LOVED my previous logo, designed by my good friend and uber talented graphic designer, Jo! Her website is under construction, but I will link to her fabulous business as soon as it is up. Sidenote – Darren and I were just in England for the week visiting her and her boyfriend Dan (who is also an uber talented designer himself) HI GUYS! I loved my pink K logo. It was my first logo. Having a logo was a milestone in my business. I finally felt like I was a legit business owner and I was finally proud to give someone a business card That was a BIG step. The experience in creating it was really my first experience in digging into what my business was all about and what I wanted to convey to my clients and I have a special place in my heart for that first logo as it also represented a lot of my personality in the design itself.
As my business and photography has grown over the past year I felt that my logo needed to change as well to represent the imagery I hope to create. As I have mentioned on the blog over the past month, I had the pleasure of working with Richard and Amy of Red Leaf Studios on the brand redesign for my business. This was an incredible experience. One that transcended my branding and has truly helped me examine all aspects of my business. They have just begun to offer this service to photographers and if you are contemplating re-vamping your branding I would HIGHLY recommend getting in touch with these two! In fact, they just did a blog post on their site about this service which you can read here.
And no post is complete without a photo. Here is a teaser photo for the ever so patient Sarah and Stephen, who have waited extra long for their blog teaser. I promise there is more images to come very soon!
I’d love to hear what you think about my new blog and website. Leave a comment or drop me a line