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.
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.
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.
Diana is a lifestyle photographer who wanted to reach out to her clients in a stylish emailer that captured her work and brand. In-house designer, Christine Hughes worked to make a spacious new emailer template that captured the light, stylized design of Diana’s website.
Toronto photographer Michelle Gibson came to me back in the spring, curious about what continuous marketing efforts Wonderful Machine could offer her. At the time, Michelle was at the tail-end of Campaign Manager…
Recently, I had the pleasure of working with Clay Cook, one of our talented member photographers from Louisville, Kentucky. Clay shoots primarily fashion and beauty, and he came to us looking for help creating an emailer template to keep his subscribers in the loop on his work…
Bethesda, M.D., based photographer, Goran Kosanovic recently came to us to revamp his marketing in hopes of extending his reach to clients. Goran mainly shoots Food/Drink, Home/Garden, Hospitality and Travel, so that’s what his marketing components needed to be centered on.
Julia Vandenoever is a Boulder, Colorado photographer with a fantastic lifestyle driven portfolio of kids, food and people. She recently approached our design team to create an attractive emailer template that would help her get noticed by national editorial and commercial clients like Garnet Hill Kids (children’s clothing and bedding). I teamed up with Julia and was delighted to hear that she had a clear vision of what she wanted: a simple, bright and clean emailer, which we both agreed would beautifully complement her work.
It’s been a while since I’ve written about Richard Fleischman, one of our talented member photographers based in Minneapolis, MN. I worked with Rich originally on a new logo and website, which was an absolute pleasure, so I was excited when he contacted me about working together again, this time on an emailer template design.
John David Pittman is a commercial photographer based in Little Rock, Arkansas. He goes by “John David,” and is another great example of a photographer who first started capitalizing on our consulting services with the Branding & Marketing Plan. Since then he’s really amped up his presentation on every level, and it definitely shows.
Rebecca Stumpf — she’s warm, delightful, and an all around great person. And so are her images. Her branding, on the other hand, needed some work. Realizing this, Rebecca approached Wonderful Machine looking for some help. She wanted a new word mark, postcard design, emailer template, and business card redesign. Taking on the project, I made sure to do my part to make Rebecca’s marketing materials shine as much as her personality.
UK-based automotive photographer Dom Romney recently approached Wonderful Machine about an emailer design, and I was lucky enough to get the chance to take on the project. Dom had previously worked with us on his portfolio identity, and now needed an emailer with the same personality.