Fashion and Portrait photographer Kevin came to Wonderful Machine’s Jemma Dilag for a complete Web Edit. After finishing up an SEO Audit with Ashley Vaught, Kevin wanted to revamp his photo presentation to help him branch out into more lifestyle and brand narrative work.
Project Manager and Senior Photo Editor Honore Brown teamed up with Lifestyle and Beauty photographer Jami Clayman for a little Creative Coaching. This time around, they focused on executing and presenting Jami’s most recent self-assigned project featuring a group of Dallas-based skaters.
Florida-based portrait and lifestyle photographer, Ryan Wendler, came to Wonderful Machine’s Andrew Souders for a comprehensive Web Edit. The goals were to expand and refine his presentation while emphasizing Ryan’s new work to potential clients.
Photo Editor and Marketing Specialist Greg Jones teamed up with food/drink photographer Mike Aron for Creative Coaching — a service aiming at polishing up the photographer’s presentation and lure big-named dream clients in for good.
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.
Vancouver-based Jeremy Segal was struggling to organize galleries on his website as well as incorporate narrative work onto it, so Honore Brown sat down with the photographer to hash out a comprehensive edit of the website.
Celebrating one year of Creative Coaching, Jemma Dilag talks about their time working with Woodstock, Georgia-based photographer Andrew Waters. After a year of working on self-assigned projects and tightening up his website, Andrew and Jemma are now shifting gears to focus on marketing!
Last August, Photo Editor Honore Brown collaborated with Utah-based Keith Fearnow, polishing up the adventure, lifestyle, and fashion photographer’s presentation as well as mapping out self-assigned projects to strengthen his portfolio.
Last year, I worked on updating Birmingham, Alabama-based photographer Art Meripol’s print portfolio book. The focus was to integrate Art’s lifestyle, portrait, and hospitality work into a single portfolio with broad appeal to both editorial and commercial clients.
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.
Wonderful Machine’s Jemma Dilag continues their creative partnership with Los Angeles-based Christina Gandolfo. This time around, Jemma helped Christina add a new gallery to her website and design a promo to market her recent personal project, Me & My Emmy.
With “creative” architecture clients in mind, Wonderful Machine’s Jemma Dilag collaborates with Jeff Peters of Vantage Point Photo to revamp his site to better display his diverse portfolio. This resulted in a completely refreshed website with a new modern look.
Every now and again a photographer needs “a second set of eyes,” as Jersey City-based Megan Maloy put it. She came to us looking for a new and refreshed look for her online portfolio and producer Bryan Sheffield offered his experience and insight.
Vancouver, Canada-based fashion photographer Hugh Tull came to us for a Web Assessment, looking for help in polishing his website presentation with a specific request for advice on editing and sequencing his web galleries.
Late last spring Photo Editor Honore Brown began Creative Coaching with Oklahoma City-based photographer Trace Thomas, as a way to develop his portfolio and prepare him for more clients seeking his skills beyond the portraiture that had hitherto defined his body of work.
When Mexico City, Mexico-based Felipe Guzmán needed some help refreshing his website, he called on our producer Bryan Sheffield for assistance. Bryan then made suggestions for how the versatile photographer can best present his work to potential clients.
Shannon Faulk is a Dallas-based photographer who needed a photo-edit to display his photos and capture the attention of clients. Molly worked with to edit his work, arrange his photos, and develop categories to successfully display his work.