As any experienced Underwater Photographer will tell you it’s not always a picnic. The inherently unpredictable nature of the specialty can leave the inexperienced photographer feeling frazzled, to say the least.
After reaching a stand-still with the presentation of her work, Maine-based photographer Heather Perry undertook a Branding Overhaul, where we would help with her logo design, website bio, web edit, and web template customization.
Twitter might be stereotyped as just a funny, witty place to spew out 280 characters of charm, but it has features that distinguish it from its competitors and can help you build your brand and implement your business strategies.
Travel and Underwater Photographer Heather Perry came to Wonderful Machine’s Shannon Stewart in the hopes of getting a bio written that celebrated her many accomplishments humbly and authentically while accentuating her personality.
Sports and Fitness photographer, Dustin Satloff, came to Wonderful Machine’s Shannon Stewart in the hopes of getting a bio written that matched the tone of his work and web presence and didn’t sound “sales-y” in the slightest.
With a desire to impart upon young women a new form of self-expression as well as a sense of empowerment, Margo Moritz created Girls Photo Club — a summer camp for female-identifying teenagers (ages 12-18) wanting to learn photography.
Boston-based Fine Art Photographer Bruce T. Martin heads “Down the Street” to layer fragmented panoramic views with each neighborhood’s own unique sounds presenting and dissecting a street’s and its residents’ sense of identity.
Arik Shraga teams up with DAVAI Theater Group to capture and enhance an already magical show — one that complies with the very strict COVID-restrictions that have greatly affected the theater and performing arts communities.
Dominick Aznavour gives us all a lesson in spontaneity and hard work when he follows his passion and his impulsive photoshoots win him the prize of being named one of Lurzer’s Top 200 Advertising Photographers of 2020/2021.