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.
Underwater photographer Heather Perry came to Wonderful Machine’s Honore Brown and Lindsay Thompson for an overhaul of her brand. After finishing up a logo and bio, Honore and Lindsay got to work on delivering a new Web Edit and Web Template Customization.
Eric Tate’s company Peak Visual came to Wonderful Machine to get all of their marketing gears in place. We assisted Eric with promo design, copy, and a client list build. Resident designer Lindsay Thompson’s focus was the print promo and emailer design.
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 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.
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.
Bryan Meltz came to Wonderful Machine for a refresh of her website and marketing materials in preparation for her move to California. We refined her web edit, created a new logo, and created a new print promo to debut her work to her new market.
Our graphic designer Lyndsey Matoushek shares a recent logo refinement and brand identity project she worked on with sr. marketing consultant Erika Blatt for Mexico City-based photographer Rodrigo Ceballos.
Earlier this year, Toyko-based photographer Irwin Wong decided it was time for a change. Known for his beautiful environmental portraits, (many of which capture the culture of his city) Irwin reached out to Wonderful Machine looking for a new logo and stationery set. He wanted a logo that not only reflected the nature of his work, but also represented his connection to Japanese culture. His previous logo referenced his connection to Tokyo, but it needed a modern update.
Bob Croslin been working with Wonderful Machine for the past several months to refresh his portfolios, both online and in print with Senior Photo Editor Stacy Swiderski. Armed with a refreshed web edit and brand new portfolio, Bob got in touch with me in mid-February to see if I could set up some face time with clients during his visit to NYC.
William Geddes is one of our member photographers based in the Big Apple. He specializes in interiors, lifestyle, portraiture, and video storytelling. After finishing up a stunning web edit with WM photo editor, Stacy, William wanted a web template…
Nashville food photographer and WM member Stephanie Mullins came to me in need of a new template for her mass emailer. Stephanie’s work is pretty delectable, so she needed a design as appetizing as her photos to make mouths water.
Los Angeles photographer Noel Besuzzi and I started working together last fall. She originally came to me to get help building a client list, but after answering our marketing questionnaire and discussing her goals, we saw that her marketing materials needed to be tuned up first.