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.
Our staffers spent a lot of time in the past year helping Amy Rose Productions boost its online presence. Jemma Dilag did two separate projects with Missy and Chelsea, the company’s co-owners, including a revamping of the pair’s website to better market it toward photography 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.
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.
Santa Barbara, California-based photographer Doug Ellis came to Wonderful Machine with a mission to develop his commercial portfolio but wasn’t sure exactly how to achieve the right balance. Doug specializes in photography that captures body, mind, and spirit – and his clients look for a conscious approach and an open heart.
I’ve been working with Reno-based member photographer, Jamie Kingham, for a few months now and really love his fresh and upbeat approach to Lifestyle and Brand Narrative photography. After getting him listed on our site, the next step was helping him make a portfolio to send out with our Associate Producers during our client-facing Portfolio Events.
Mario Madau is a Canadian photographer who specializes in architecture and interiors, as well as motion and stills for the hospitality industry. After scheduling a chat with our marketing department, we were able to lay out a plan of action to help Mario break into 2017 with a streamlined new site, updated branding, and some client meetings. The first step in this comprehensive Branding Overhaul was to start with a fresh Web Edit.
Bob Croslin been working with Wonderful Machine for the past several months to refresh his portfolios, both online and in print with Senior Photo Editor Stacy Swiderski. Armed with a refreshed web edit and brand new portfolio, Bob got in touch with me in mid-February to see if I could set up some face time with clients during his visit to NYC.
Back in the Fall of 2016, member photographer John Davis reached out to us asking for some help updating his web edit and print portfolio in preparation for a move from Baltimore to LA. He had also wanted some guidance in selecting images for a new marketing plan. Lucky for John, we had just started offering a customizable Relocation Package service…
John Davis came to us prior to his move cross-country from Baltimore to Los Angeles. He wanted to be sure he was ready to hit the ground running when he got to sunny SoCal so he decided to have us help him…
Nashville-based food photographer Stephanie Mullins had been shooting quite a bit of new work lately, and came to us looking for help with her second web edit this past summer. She’d been busy working on some larger commercial jobs…
Mark Hill is a celebrity and portrait photographer based in Atlanta, GA. He first approached Wonderful Machine interested in membership and looking for some help launching his freelance career after working as a director of photography at Turner Broadcasting for the past fifteen years…
Hudson Stuart is a food/drink and conceptual photographer from Portugal, who sought help gaining some new clients and taking his brand to the next level. After consulting with one of our marketing specialists, Hudson decided that a professional web edit would be the best way to revamp his online portfolio.
Frantic Studio, a production company based in Brooklyn, New York choose 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.
From his home base in Denver, Matt Trappe photographs adventure, lifestyle, and sports/fitness photography. Covering major races and working with clients like Discovery Communications, it’s obvious his career has been steadily growing…
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.
Patricia Burke is a New Jersey based photographer who joined our roster of photographers. It was during this initial dialog that we spoke about her website, her edit and the ways in which she could utilize our consulting services to strengthen her brand and get the most out of her membership.
Switzerland-based photographer Lauryn Ishak and I worked on a print portfolio several years ago. The results looked great, and as time marches on, Lauryn has been seriously busy! Since that print edit, she’s moved from Singapore to Switzerland, got married and shot countless assignments. After all of that she reached out to me and said she was ready for a new website and a refreshed print portfolio. While the first book was aimed at editorial travel clients, she wanted to switch angles and build an online and print portfolio that spoke to more commercial, hospitality clients.