Photographer Luke Copping is known for his bold and creative imagery but felt his logo was a bit too simple in comparison. He collaborated with Wonderful Machine designer Lindsay Thompson to work up a new identity for his brand.
When fine art photographer Landry Major wanted to promote her recent exhibition at the Griffin Museum of Photography, designer José Silva helped create an emailer that would invite recipients to view Landry’s Keepers of the West project.
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 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.
Sydney, Australia-based Brett Hemmings is a sport and fitness advertising photographer with a great visual identity and solid photos. Wonderful Machine consultant Lindsay Thompson helped him develop a treatment template for client communication.
Michelle McSwain was introduced to the perfect client. So, to show them her full potential, she wanted a new treatment to show her photos and capabilities in a sophisticated, but fun display. So, she came to our resident designer Lindsay Thompson to create a new treatment template for this pitch and any future projects.
Florida-based photographer Ryan Wendler had a very cool and unique website, albeit a little difficult to decipher. So, after Ryan completed a Web Edit with Photo Editor Andrew Souders, he recruited WM’s design-guru Lindsay Thompson to get to work on his new Web Template Customization
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 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.
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.
Katie Newburn is a lifestyle and food photographer whose work is filled with vibrant colors and dynamic compositions. Designer, Christine Hughes helped capture this sophistication in her emailer design.