Wonderful Machine Marketing Specialist Elo García assists photographer Dan McBride through two consulting projects. First, they worked on building a list of clients focused on agencies and brands, then Elo put together a list of 28 representatives across the US.
Executive Producer Craig Oppenheimer works with a portrait photographer to produce an estimate for an ambassador apparel company. With four talent, three poses, and two looks the client needed 24 images for 1-year use, with broad usage plans for out of home displays.
During a weeklong assignment for Bravera Bank, Atlanta-based lifestyle photographer Gregory Miller traveled across North Dakota to capture images for the rebranding of several brands that Bravera had acquired over the years.
Wonderful Machine lead designer Lindsay Thompson lets her creativity soar in a dynamic project, creating a print promo with photographer Clay Cook. This simple sketchbook became a masterpiece with custom elements such as white foil, wire-o binding, rough edges, and a matte finish.
Southern California-based commercial lifestyle photographer Erik Isakson has been working for Samsung as both a photographer and producer for nearly five years, providing images for a series of projects across many different industries.
Hugo Hamaoui is a fashion and still life photographer from Montreal, Canada who sought out a way to appeal to new clients. He came to Wonderful Machine to work with designer José Silva Jr. on an emailer template that would fit his style and needs.
During May Wonderful Machine continued its Google Ads campaigns, which in turn drove 15% of the traffic to our site. Each of the three ad groups did well, with the locations ad group winning the lion’s share of impressions and clicks.
In a recent OOH campaign, Los Angeles-based commercial and editorial photographer Tiffany Luong visited Aysha Harun to document a “day in the life” of this beauty and lifestyle creator from Toronto, Canada.
Boulder, Colorado-based brand narrative photographer Matt Trappe shoots Crocs’ summer “Come As You Are” campaign. As the most recognizable style of the brand, the classic clog was chosen as the face of the campaign — an iconic design that is synonymous with genuine comfort and is a blank canvas on which to write one’s own story.
Our Creative in Place results last month were as welcome as the flowers in May, to loosely quote playwright Charles Macklin. We started off with briefcases and ties in Creative in Place: Office Space and eased into June with Creative in Place: Architect’s Playhouse.
With Summer on the horizon, our May stock requests were heating up with a long list of international and local lifestyle images from Travel + Leisure and the State of Georgia Department of Public Health.
Santa Fe, New Mexico-based portrait and brand narrative photographer Brandon Soder showcased the beauty and craftsmanship of Ramblin Rose Hat Co. by incorporating the stunning backdrop of his hometown.
Central Florida-based food photographer Suzanne Clements collaborates with the owner and founder of Moinkbox, a humanely raised and ethically sourced meat subscription box, to create a Moink-ed magazine that highlights the company and its products.
When New Orleans-based photographer Lemar Arceneaux began to seek new clients he connected with Eloísa Garcia to help his portfolio reach numerous prospects. Many of them reached out with interest in his street-style portraits and live music documentation.
Senior Producer Bryan Sheffield worked with Steve Craft and Rebecca Stumpf on a Banner Health production. Navigating two shoots in different states, the teams met with the real-life healthcare workers behind the brand.
Senior Producer Bryan Sheffield helped a photographer quote on an OOH campaign for an international non-profit client, pricing everything from covid tests to hiring assistants.
Wonderful Machine has a staff of photo editors, designers, writers, marketing specialists, SEO consultants, and producers who help photographers with every aspect of their photography business. We share stories about those projects as well as other helpful articles on our Intel blog.