While creating a new portfolio book, Jess Williams realized he needed a fresh Wordmark to tie his brand together. The Nashville-based photographer contacted Lindsay Thompson, who gave Jess a plethora of options to choose from after researching a number of fonts.
Wonderful Machine’s Lindsay Thompson works with John Davis on a trio of marketing materials: an emailer, a treatment, and a print promo. While Executive Producer Craig Oppenheimer put together the estimate at the end of John’s treatment, Lindsay focused on the structure and design of all the assets.
Last summer, I helped Kathryn Gamble put together a speed treatment so she could bid on a large beverage company’s latest project. Despite dealing with a shortened time frame, our team created and turned around a detailed, eye-pleasing treatment to go alongside an estimate for the client.
Tina Boyadjieva wanted to take her marketing to the next level — given the competitiveness surrounding email marketing, she knew she needed something that stands out! So, Tina came to Wonderful Machine and worked with designer Lindsay Thompson to create a sleek, refined template that matches her elegant portfolio.
Recently New York City-based photographer A.J. Stetson wanted to highlight his city’s solidarity in face of the pandemic with a fresh new emailer template that he could later use for other purposes, and Wonderful Machine’s Lindsay Thompson was there to help bring it into being.
Producer Bryan Sheffield and Designer Lindsay Thompson had the opportunity to share the best marketing practices with True Chicago, an organization that invests in the future and talent of young creatives.
Take an inside look at November’s numbers as we analyze our users, traffic patterns, session durations, and blog posts. On top of that, we learn more about what social media has to offer for our platform.
A quick rundown of Wonderful Machine’s analytics for the month of August gives insight into our audience patterns and interests. We take an inside look at where our traffic comes from and how users operate our site.
Our July emailer explores exquisite hotels, decadent foods, beautiful lands, and adventurous moments, thanks to the photos captured by our Hospitality photographers. See the life of luxury in our Hospitality Specialty emailer.
In May, our Spotlight Emailer displayed the open, light, and stylized Home & Garden images of Eduardo Macarios, Seth Powers, Jared Kuzia, David Papazian, John Muggenborg, A Frame, Jeffrey Totaro, Peter Molick, Tom Parker, Francisco Estrada, and Barry Grossman.
Dan Bigelow is a Connecticut based commercial photographer who specializes in corporate, industrial and education photography. He’s been busy shooting lately and was interested in our help putting together an iPad portfolio to show off some of his newer work and to supplement his print book. Our goal was to ensure that no matter the time or the place, Dan would always be ready to present some fresh, new content and a strong edit of work to clients.
Hudson Stuart is a food/drink and conceptual photographer from Portugal, who sought help gaining some new clients and taking his brand to the next level. After consulting with one of our marketing specialists, Hudson decided that a professional web edit would be the best way to revamp his online portfolio.