vixvon

Welcome to Victoria Vaughan Photography.  I am migrating websites so it's a work in progress but please feel free to browse around and check back as it continues to grow. 

For rates and inquiries on events, headshots or portrait shoots please email me at info@vixvon.com 




Opal & Paul 2014 - We did a shoot on Toronto island looking for ONE shot that they could use for a wedding invite photo. These two were so awesome that I ended up making this video for them. Congrats on the nuptials Opal & Paul!


Victoria Vaughan

Based in Toronto, Victoria Vaughan (VixVon) is a multi-dimensional entrepreneur with extensive experience as a professional photographer, events producer and communications specialist. She currently works for Indspire as a Production Coordinator and as Manager of Social Media and Design for New Leaf Entertainment and Red Cloud Studios.
along side Executive Producer Jennifer Podemski as Associate Producer for Planet Indigenous at Harbourfront Centre 2012.

Victoria is the creator and producer of Roots to Rock, an annual Aboriginal music showcase, featuring such artists as Joey Stylez, Kinnie Star and Plex. Roots to Rock became the official kick-off party of the Canadian Aboriginal Music Award's and is currently in production for its third year.

She also works with Native artists in booking, publicity, promotional development, photography and CD album design. She was production coordinator for Jennifer Podemski's HOPE artist showcase in Los Angeles and her design for Jason Burnstick's Where the Blood Mixes album cover won the APCMA for Best Album Design in 2010. Other notable CD designs include Janet Panic's Out On A Limb album, Little Fires EP and the album design for Demons by Plex.

Recently she photographed for the Association of Native Development in the Performing and Visual Arts Creator Within Festival, York University Pow Wow and ImagineNATIVE Film Festival. Her latest project was as a mentor for the In My Own Eyes - Photostories by Aboriginal Youth, a project with the Harbourfront Centre where she traveled to small communities across Ontario and worked with Aboriginal youth to teach photography through storytelling. An exhibition was created from the photographs taken by the kids/youth and debuted at the CN Tower on National Aboriginal Day and is currently touring the communities that created it.