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Time to tell your business's story

Brand Photography is Storytelling

Let's tell your brand's unique story with a powerful marketing tool.

St. Charles Brand Photographer

Welcome to Brianna Buchholz Photography, a St. Charles Small Business Photographer, where captivating brand photography, stunning wedding photography, and heartfelt portrait photography come to life with an exciting flair! As a long-time creative my approach to photography goes beyond just a simple photo. Starting in wedding photography and family photography, I learned how to capture true emotion with my camera. Now I am expanding my business to capture these same feelings for other creatives.

 

Please click the service you would like more information on below. I can't wait to begin working together! 
 

Hello!

Hello! My name is Brianna Buchholz the owner and lead photographer at Brianna Buchholz Photography, a professional St. Charles Small Business Branding Photographer. 

I have been capturing weddings and families in St. Louis, MO since moving here in 2020. Before photographing weddings and families in St. Louis, MO, I was a student event photographer for Shawnee State University where I graduated in May 2020 with a BFA in Photography and a Minor in Marketing.  With over 5 years of experience in Marketing and Photography, I am ready to tell your business's story.

When I am not capturing others, I am out enjoying nature, volunteering my time, or crafting at home!

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Personal Branding Photography VS Headshot Photography

Which do you need? Which works best? Both may seem similar on the surface, as both involve capturing you for marketing and promotional purposes. However, there are key differences between the two, particularly in terms of their focus, purpose, and creative approach.

Storytelling:

Brand photography is primarily focused on capturing the brand's story, identity, and values through visual narratives. It goes beyond individual portraits and incorporates various elements such as products, services, locations, and people to create a comprehensive visual representation of the brand. On the other hand, headshot photography is primarily centered around capturing individual portraits, usually of employees or key personnel, with a focus on their appearance, personality, and professionalism.

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