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.
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.
Recently, I had the pleasure of working with one of our Florida based photographers, Thomas Winter. Tom came to me looking for some refinements to his logo. His original logo had potential, but when viewed small it had some readability issues.
Jamey Guy is one of our awesome member photographers based in Minneapolis. He and I first started collaborating way back in 2014 on some elaborate promo ideas, but after some discussion and exploration we decided that—first and foremost—his branding and website needed some work.
Recently I had the pleasure of working with both Melanie and David of David Meaux Photography, a DC based photography team. After switching from shooting primarily food to focusing more on architecture and interiors, the Meauxs’ were looking for a new updated mark that spoke more to their new body of work.
After digesting our analysis and advice, Scott decided to move forward with several of our consulting services: a Logo Refinement, Web Edit, Web Template Customization, (and later on) Print Edit and Emailer Design. I teamed up with our senior photo editor Sean Stone to get the job done, and I got to work on Scott’s logo while Sean tackled the web edit.
Our new identity and website have been a year in the making—a year full of tough questions, bold decisions and a hearty helping of collaboration. We’re infinitely thrilled to share our new look with you.
Frantic Studio, a production company based in Brooklyn, N.Y. that primarily shoots motion and still photography, recently approached marketing specialist Alexandra Ostebo in an effort to take their brand to the next level.
I recently had the pleasure of working with Washington, DC-based editorial and commercial photographer Jonathan Timmes, who came to us in the midst of a rebrand and a new website. He was looking to utilize our Design Consulting Services to help him finish up the process and finalize his logo.
Recently, I had the pleasure of working with Kevin Garrett, a Marietta, Georgia-based photographer. It’s true what they say about southern hospitality, Kevin was as sweet as a Georgia peach! He came to WM looking to take his brand to the next level and we suggested he start with a new, hip and modern wordmark.
Rich Fleischman, a Minneapolis-based food and portrait photographer, realized that his logo and website could both use a fresh perspective. Being a few years old, his site wasn’t up to current web standards, either. With all of this in mind, Rich decided to move forward with a Graphic Identity and a Web Template Customization.
Photographer Mark Menditto was looking for a new graphic identity to match his photographic identity that was as modern and chic as it was inviting and friendly. After some friendly phone conversation and witty banter, I got to work on some options for Mark.
Ashok Sinha came to Wonderful Machine seeking help in the form of a Branding and Marketing Plan to assess his business and discover how he should move forward in the coming year. Our team of experts was able to identify Ashok’s strengths and weaknesses in his business, and provide him with tools to resolve them.
Hillary’s existing logo was bright in color but didn’t have the distinction and fun, free-flowing feel that her images and personality embody so well. So, to start off, Hillary gave me some color inspiration. Having grown up on the water, Hillary loves aquatic-looking schemes, and with her cool, free-flowing mannerisms it made perfect sense as a palette.