We've said it before and we'll say it again, there's nothing we love more than getting the chance to take photographs for members of our local creative community. Working on projects like these results in an exchange of ideas and creative visions. Our recent work for Gold Prism Creative's website revamp was no exception.
We first met Kaylyn in November, when we had the absolute pleasure of photographing a super sweet coastal engagement session for her and her equally lovely fiancé. While we were photographing Kaylyn and Nick, we learned that Kaylyn was running her own graphic design business, focusing on brand identity, solopreneurs and rebranding. Kaylyn also taught herself pretty much all of what she knows online and is pretty passionate about encouraging women to learn to code and get into the business. In short, not only do we think Kaylyn is super lovely, we also think she's pretty cool.
When we got an email in our inbox from Kaylyn telling us that she was going through a rebrand at Gold Prism Creative and looking for some custom photo content for the new website, we knew we wanted to be on board. A quick flurry of Kaylyn's inspiration came our way: colour palettes, location ideas and insight into her creative process included. Needless to say, we couldn't wait to get photographing!
Overall, what Kaylyn wanted were images of her creative process for the website. To compliment her brand identity, she wanted bright photographs in cool tones... Is it just us or did we find our perfect match? To get the look, we spent some time photographing laid-back portraits in one of our fave local cafes, Seven Bays Bouldering, and then headed back to the studio to get that bright white look for all the creative process images. Maybe we're biased, but we could look at these colour palettes, mood boards and note book pages all day every day.
So, maybe we kind of (make that totally) love these images of ours, but we're sure we're going to love them even more when we see them go live on the shiny new Gold Prism Creative website. If you're looking to update your own online identity and want some photographs that capture you and what you do to a T, drop us a line and we'll put our creative process to work for you.