Bryan Meltz came to Wonderful Machine for a refresh of her website and marketing materials in preparation for her move to California. We refined her web edit, created a new logo, and created a new print promo to debut her work to her new market.
Earlier this year, Toyko-based photographer Irwin Wong decided it was time for a change. Known for his beautiful environmental portraits, (many of which capture the culture of his city) Irwin reached out to Wonderful Machine looking for a new logo and stationery set. He wanted a logo that not only reflected the nature of his work, but also represented his connection to Japanese culture. His previous logo referenced his connection to Tokyo, but it needed a modern update.
Recently, I had the pleasure of working with one of our Florida based photographers, Thomas Winter. Tom came to me looking for some refinements to his logo. His original logo had potential, but when viewed small it had some readability issues.
I recently had the pleasure of working with Richard Silver, a travel, architecture and fine art photographer based in New York City. Richard worked with us on a Branding Overhaul, a consulting service where we revamp a photographer’s brand from head-to-toe.
Rebecca Stumpf — she’s warm, delightful, and an all around great person. And so are her images. Her branding, on the other hand, needed some work. Realizing this, Rebecca approached Wonderful Machine looking for some help. She wanted a new word mark, postcard design, emailer template, and business card redesign. Taking on the project, I made sure to do my part to make Rebecca’s marketing materials shine as much as her personality.
Charlestown-based marine photographer Richard Steinberger came to Wonderful Machine looking to create some new marketing materials.
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