Blake Jorgenson teams up with Wonderful Machine consultants to compile an extensive list of more than 100 new contacts. The Vancouver-based photographer ended up pitching a recent RAM Truck commission to many of these prospective clients.
Celebrating one year of Creative Coaching, Jemma Dilag talks about their time working with Woodstock, Georgia-based photographer Andrew Waters. After a year of working on self-assigned projects and tightening up his website, Andrew and Jemma are now shifting gears to focus on marketing!
Last August, Photo Editor Honore Brown collaborated with Utah-based Keith Fearnow, polishing up the adventure, lifestyle, and fashion photographer’s presentation as well as mapping out self-assigned projects to strengthen his portfolio.
Julia Hanley helps Atlanta-based Angela Murray land multiple calls with creative agents, some of whom are considering representing the veteran commercial lifestyle photographer. Find out how Julia and Angela notched a large number of responses to their campaign.
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.
Our staffers spent a lot of time in the past year helping Amy Rose Productions boost its online presence. Jemma Dilag did two separate projects with Missy and Chelsea, the company’s co-owners, including a revamping of the pair’s website to better market it toward photography clients.
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.
Last year, I worked on updating Birmingham, Alabama-based photographer Art Meripol’s print portfolio book. The focus was to integrate Art’s lifestyle, portrait, and hospitality work into a single portfolio with broad appeal to both editorial and commercial clients.
During her relocation from New York to Nashville, Laura Thompson needed help putting together an appropriate client list to transition to a new market seamlessly. Nadia Kiyatkina, a Wonderful Machine consultant, speedily delivered a list to the photographer which covered all the bases: big, small, local, and national brands.
Melissa Shanahan and Chelsea Rose of Amy Rose Productions wanted to improve the usability of their website, so the pair contacted Will Good to set up an SEO Audit. Will helped the two creatives streamline their site so that each page would load faster, enhancing the experience of each visitor, some of whom might very well be potential clients.
Wonderful Machine’s Honore Brown and Christine Hughes help Louisville-based Clay Cook put together print promos for his humanitarian and commercial work. Honore helmed the edit, while Christine handled the design.
Wonderful Machine consultants Honore Brown and Jemma Dilag help Los Angeles-based Christian Witkin create a tight edit of his prolific portfolio and restructure his website to better display his latest work. Honore handled the portfolio edit, which Jemma seamlessly integrated into Christian’s new-look website.
Wonderful Machine’s Jemma Dilag continues their creative partnership with Los Angeles-based Christina Gandolfo. This time around, Jemma helped Christina add a new gallery to her website and design a promo to market her recent personal project, Me & My Emmy.
With “creative” architecture clients in mind, Wonderful Machine’s Jemma Dilag collaborates with Jeff Peters of Vantage Point Photo to revamp his site to better display his diverse portfolio. This resulted in a completely refreshed website with a new modern look.
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.
Every now and again a photographer needs “a second set of eyes,” as Jersey City-based Megan Maloy put it. She came to us looking for a new and refreshed look for her online portfolio and producer Bryan Sheffield offered his experience and insight.
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.
Vancouver, Canada-based fashion photographer Hugh Tull came to us for a Web Assessment, looking for help in polishing his website presentation with a specific request for advice on editing and sequencing his web galleries.