Photographer/ Art Director
Rebel spirit with conservative roots, Paige was raised on a horse ranch in the panhandle of Texas. Starting in the fashion/modeling industry at the age of 12, she rapidly switched to a production perspective working as a makeup artist by 17, assistant photographer by 18, modeling agent by 21. Paige's photography career started after years of developing her skill working with models while she was a modeling agent in Seattle. Her photography of models soon gained recognition with clients, and her first commercial job was a global campaign for Starbucks featured in 52 countries. She then began to work with many clients such as BMW, Nordstrom, People Magazine, NYDJ, SLINK jeans, Maxim, and countless others. Her work has been featured multiple times in billboards in Time Square and many international magazines. Her fine art career emerged in Los Angeles, where her solo exhibitions sold out at independent galleries. For the last 9 years, Paige lived on and managed an urban farm she named Ghost Gardens, which hosted large community events and frequently sheltered other artists in residence. "Ghost Gardens became my personal utopia where a creative lifestyle of art, garden, animals, and community was a fully engaged sanctuary for artists." Paige left Ghost Gardens in March 2020 and is currently open to new possibilities.