A large art museum needed an architectural, interiors, and lifestyle photographer for images of patrons enjoying their exhibits. Producer Bryan Sheffield helped the photographer quote the campaign for 30 images to be used for 5 years after the first use.
Photographer Steve Boxall first worked with Marianne Lee in our Marketing Partner program and felt it was also a good time to refresh his current presentation, so photo editor Andrew Souders came on board to provide a web edit.
Executive Producer Craig Oppenheimer worked with a portrait photographer to produce an estimate for an ambassador apparel company. With four talent, three poses, and two looks the client needed 24 images for 1-year use, with broad usage plans for out-of-home displays.
Wonderful Machine lead designer Lindsay Thompson lets her creativity soar in a dynamic project, creating a print promo with photographer Clay Cook. This simple sketchbook became a masterpiece with custom elements such as white foil, wire-o binding, rough edges, and a matte finish.
Hugo Hamaoui is a fashion and still life photographer from Montreal, Canada who sought out a way to appeal to new clients. He came to Wonderful Machine to work with designer José Silva Jr. on an emailer template that would fit his style and needs.
When New Orleans-based photographer Lemar Arceneaux began to seek new clients he connected with Eloísa Garcia to help his portfolio reach numerous prospects. Many of them reached out with interest in his street-style portraits and live music documentation.
Senior Producer Bryan Sheffield worked with Rebecca Stumpf and Steve Craft on a Banner Health production. Navigating two shoots in different states, the teams met with the real-life health care workers behind the brand.
Atlanta, Georgia-based lifestyle and portrait photographer Patrick Heagney photographed a lot of new work over the past year so he reached out to Andrew Souders at Wonderful Machine to polish up his presentation.
When Fort Mill, SC-based photographer Chris Edwards wanted a new logo for his photography business, he reached out to Wonderful Machine consultant Ryan Currier for help. He wanted a wordmark logo that evoked an industrial look and feel.
New Orleans, LA-based photographer Tim Black came to Wonderful Machine photo editor Honore Brown for a comprehensive Web Edit. Honore streamlined his extensive portfolio and completely reorganized the website’s navigation to better showcase Tim’s specialties.
Bryan Sheffield collaborates with Emily Andrews to produce a 4-day video and still photography shoot for The Waterline Club, an amenity club designed by the Rockwell Group for residents of Waterline Square in NYC.
Producer Craig Oppenheimer works with a pharmaceutical company to produce an estimate for a lifestyle shoot of talent interacting around a residential property. The client required unlimited use of all images captured in North America for one year.