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
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.
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.
We have two passions: food and design. And when we have the opportunity to work with a photographer that shoots delicious images, it makes our workflow even sweeter. We were recently able to work with one of our member photographers Heather Anne Thomas from Beall + Thomas, a duo based in Tennessee.
Chris Sommers is one of our member photographers based in Israel, and recently she came to us for a web template customization. Primarily a reportage and portraiture photographer, her work gives an inside look to cultures around the world from Mexico to China and back.
When Frantic Studio first approached me, their talent was obvious but their presentation was outdated and the functionality of their website hid their work. David and Julie Sutton, the studio’s dynamic duo, eager to take their brand and website to the next level decided that it was time for a change. But where to start?
Brooklyn, New York’s Frantic Studio chose Wonderful Machine for a total branding overhaul. For this web template customization and web edit installment, we looped in our awesome senior photo editor, Sean Stone.
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.
Back in November, Wonderful Machine’s Marketing Manager Ann MacMullan worked with Bisbee, Arizona-based photographer István Vizner on a Branding and Marketing Plan. István had just relocated from Switzerland and was looking for help getting his bearings in the North American photography market. After evaluating István’s website and marketing materials, Ann presented him with ideas for marketing to a new audience. After discussing István’s goals for the future, he chose to move forward with me on a new Web Portfolio Edit as well as a Web Template Customization with Senior Designer Melissa Ginsiorsky.
Last week we wrote about designing Netherlands-based commercial photographer Wouter Kingma’s new wordmark, which was the first step he took toward revamping his graphic identity. To bring you up to speed, Wouter started his journey at WM with a Branding & Marketing Plan, and decided to take advantage of all the consulting services we suggested he look into, beginning with his new logo.
The last time I wrote about Hillary Maybery, I’d designed her a new Wordmark and some killer business cards. Hillary had decided to make the jump from wedding to commercial photography, so now that we had her logo sorted out, it was time to get her commercial portfolio up and running on a new site. Hillary signed on with me for a Web Template Customization and for a Web Edit with Sean Stone.
Javier Pierini is one of our member photographers based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In his first consulting venture with us, Javier was looking to reevaluate his marketing materials, to see what he was doing well and what needed improvement.
Tanit Sakakini is a commercial photographer and aspiring director based in Los Angeles. Her work is completely unique, attention-grabbing, and you can’t help but be sucked in to the surreal world she creates. Tanit came to us wanting to re-evaluate her portfolio website and entire online presence. After some thought, she decided to move forward with a Web Template Customization, followed by a blog customization. I was excited to work with Tanit because she’s extremely passionate and has a vision all her own.
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.