Robert Granoff is a luxury architecture photographer based in New York who came to us seeking to rewrite his photographer’s bio, diversify his portfolio into residential and commercial properties, recreating his website with a new Web Template Customization.
I met Justin Clemons, a longtime Wonderful Machine member, back in the Fall at a Phase One Stand Out event in Dallas. In a comfortable spot, professionally, Justin wanted to hone in on more portraiture work, with a strong emphasis on storytelling, and leave his motion work in the past.
In January, I had the pleasure of meeting Marisa at our DC happy hour when Wonderful Machine was in town for some portfolio events and client meetings. We immediately hit it off and I felt like I’d just made a new friend instead of just meeting one of our photographers. Fast-forward a bit and she contacted me to help her with her brand.
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.
When Frantic Studio first approached me, their talent was obvious but their presentation was outdated and the functionality of their website hid their work.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?
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.