February 4, 2019
Paige Wallace Arnold grew up in Southwest Missouri on her family’s farm, with her parents Ernie and Tammy Wallace, and brother Sam, where they raise Angus and Simmental cattle.
Growing up, Paige was actively involved in the Missouri Junior Angus Association and National Junior Angus Association. She served as Miss American Angus in 2011 and Leadership Director of the National Junior Angus Board of Directors. She also served as the Co-Host of the Angus Report, a weekly televised agricultural show on RFD-TV. In the show ring, she won the National Junior Angus Show in 2004 and was Reserve in 2003, and claimed the title of Champion Showman at the National Junior Angus Show.
Paige began her college career at Butler Community College where she was a member of the Reserve National Champion livestock judging team. She then transferred to Oklahoma State University where she graduated with a degree in agricultural communications in May 2014.
Upon graduation, Paige took a position with Ranch House Designs as their Multimedia Director. She then took on the role of Events Coordinator at Oklahoma State University for two years.
In July 2017, Paige went full-time with her photography and videography business. Paige specializes in serving clients in the farming and ranching industries through promotional photos and videos, as well as wedding photography. She calls Winterset, IA home, with her two dogs and husband, Marcus Arnold.