ROBERT LESAGE, Glass artist in Canada, hired me to do his store site.
Robert’s work is mostly one off, so he makes a piece and then sells it. We added an order form for people who want something specific. We added a commerce module, and populated it out.
I also created the logo that has been now been used for identity and banners.
Home page has product for sale, and can be adjusted to show different types of product – from those items on sale or items that are specialty, to any other configuration.
The most important page of a website is the “About” page.
My minimalistic style lends itself to a very open, and airy feel to the site. This holds the graphics to a standard and keeps the imagery popping.
Michel Beachamp is a commercial photographer in Montreal, Canada. After a decade of wedding photographer, he is moving his target toward editorial and commercial clients. We worked together to create a new, more elegant look for his website, and I created a new logo for him that shows off his quirky, fun side.
We chose a graphical/mosaic approach to show his work. Something about that wall of exciting imagery helped sell his bright, and dynamic approach to making images.
Working with Rob was a fantastic experience. We wanted an easy to update, clean and modern theme for his photography. The theme had to compliment the style of work that Rob creates for musicians and the music industry the world over.
The website features mosaic gallery style, and a very smart, responsive design. www.robdavidsonphotography.com
A view of one of his portfolio pages. Mosaics are quite popular with art directors and editors.
Kyle needed a very clean and professional website so we used a very modern, minimal theme and kept the images forefront.
We did a full logo treatment, website and marketing strategy for Kyle. Being in the Reno area, we focused on imagery that could open doors at casinos, design firms and hospitality businesses.
We are also working on a PDF portfolio and an email campaign to deliver images to clients in both his regional area and nationally.
Printed Leave Behind Promo Pieces
Kyle’s Blog focuses on the interests and needs of his clients. The goal of the blog is to establish Kyle as a regional and national shooter in the North Central California area. Being in a fast growing area with lifestyle, hospitality, food and people photography as a main focus, Kyle is well positioned to take advantage of the growth and establish himself as a national presence.
In order to inform the clients that Kyle is pursuing, we have developed a monthly email campaign. Featuring a single image with links to the different parts of his website, the email should drive even more traffic from referrals and friends.
Bruce is one of my Project 52 members, and he is launching his commercial photography business in a very tough market. We knew going in that in order to position himself in a way to create cash flow, there would have to be a wide ranging portfolio. We have worked on creating more still life and product, as well as adding real estate for an energetic market.
We chose a very big website approach for him. Big images on the home page welcome the visitor with a wide selection of images from landscape and product to still life and lifestyle.
Bruce brings a lot of experience as a shooter to the process, and now we are working on his marketing campaign. First out the door was a real estate card for drop off to agents and brokers. It was met with some success, and has resulted in some jobs with a client that has brought repeat work back in.
Bruces Business Cards… simple, direct and clean. We wanted to position him with something that was studio related. Too many photographers in Winnipeg have landscape image business cards, and we wanted so have Bruce appear more sophisticated in his presentation.
Next up is an email campaign. The template will be entered into the Mailchimp account and sent to prospects as they are brought in. There will be a welcome email, as well as a campaign. The campaign is scheduled for every 8 weeks to allow for plenty of follow up between mailings.
Visit Bruce’s website at www.brucebullied.com.