London-based photographer and director Sophie Ebrard came to Wonderful Machine for help with writing copy for an email campaign being sent to prospective clients. Our consultant Julia Hanley was up to the task.
Travel and Underwater Photographer Heather Perry came to Wonderful Machine’s Shannon Stewart in the hopes of getting a bio written that celebrated her many accomplishments humbly and authentically while accentuating her personality.
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.
Sports and Fitness photographer, Dustin Satloff, came to Wonderful Machine’s Shannon Stewart in the hopes of getting a bio written that matched the tone of his work and web presence and didn’t sound “sales-y” in the slightest.
Geneva-based photographer Guillaume Megevand is one of our member photographers who specializes in lifestyle, portraiture, and travel photography. Guillaume had a self-written bio on his site, but he approached WM to make it more professional and polished.
Luke Copping’s got a soft spot for dogs, to say the least. He’s a portrait photographer based out of Buffalo, New York, and for just over a year he’s been donating his time and skills to the City of Buffalo Animal Shelter by making animal portraits of some of their adoptable pups. The portraits help the dogs find better homes and get the word out about their stories. It’s a unique and rewarding way for Luke to give back to his community, and save some pups in the process.
When Los-Angeles based photographer Mike Kelley reached out to me for help with his website bio, I was excited to get started. Not only did Mike already have a solid idea of what he was looking for, he also has a very interesting background and personal story.
When Oregon-based travel photographer Gregory Pierce came to us for a new bio, I was happy to help him put his creative vision and personality into words. He was redoing his website and branding at the time, so, of course, needed a fresh bio to go with it.
In hindsight, Dom Romney’s portfolio might have gotten a bit out of hand, but this can happen when an enthusiastic photographer is willing to entertain pretty much any idea I throw their way. What started out as a simple portfolio edit is now a portfolio/leave behind/mailer/powerhouse.