Or how a southern Illinois redneck got involved with a children’s charity in the service of the Crowned Princess of Serbia Part of my work at my last full time gig was party invitations for the CEO and his wife. They’re old school New Yorkers, albeit the successful type. They summer in the Hamptons and… …Continue Reading
Portfolios and Case Studies
It's not always what you see
Sometimes it's the story behind the design that's important
I've been lucky enough to work with some amazing clients who became amazing friends. I've watched them grow, shared in the ups and downs of life and in the process, I've learned better what the client needs, and what they're likely to benefit from.
These are just a few of those clients and the stories behind the projects.
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Photographers and Artists
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Product illustration for manufacturing and industry Napco, a Fortune 500 company invents and manufactures components for security systems. Based on Long Island, they were one of the original companies in that field. Over the years the smaller companies were bought up by the big players. At the time, the two big ones were Honeywell and… …Continue Reading
Flexible SmugMug solutions meets the needs of an uncompromising and ever changing field The number one demand of the fashion industry is that images look great, so SmugMug’s promise of “your images look better here” was all important. With out of the box mobile responsiveness, it’s a simple matter to find the right balance so… …Continue Reading
Adding new SmugMug features to a London photo booth service which takes sets and costumes to an outrageous level SmugMug had upgraded their platform and required all their clients to switch over. Those with a lot of customization found themselves in a mind and reached out for help. One of those was Phototheatre, who… …Continue Reading
The client who won’t take no for an answer breaks the boundaries and teaches me the value of saying “why not?” Fashion photography is magic. It’s perfect down to the last detail, but the scenes they capture exist only long enough to take the photo. It’s a make believe world, not something of permanence. So… …Continue Reading
The evolution of a photographer’s website, from black to white, to a site that truly reflects the artist I’ve worked with Viktoria for several years now, through a couple of iterations of her site. It went from black to white and the images started to breathe. British by birth, Canada is her adopted home and with… …Continue Reading
Despite what momma told you, when it comes to blogging, it really is all about you I got a comment from a visitor a while back that really turned my head. She was complimenting me on making my blog anonymous, rather than focusing on myself. The site has been up for over five years now,… …Continue Reading
Blending healing, light and photography into an integrated online presence with WordPress and SmugMug If memory serves me correct, the first project I did with A’na Satara was for Sacred Light Photography. That’s taken a backseat to her regular practice, becoming more of an extension to what she does. Fine art photographers have a tough… …Continue Reading