Jacqueline is an extraordinary writer, and she came to me via Diem (over at Vona Community). She was looking for a fresh look for her site and to move her writing talents into a more user-friendly, dynamic content management system that she could maintain herself (with a little help from me if need be.)
She is a great client, and I'm happy to serve her needs.
Colin came to me all the way from Boston, Massachusetts; he was looking for a usable design and look and feel to match his quirky writing style and burgeoning comic book endeavours. In addition to designing his site, I created his branding and logos to suit his needs as well.
Have a look, you'll be surprised!
Matty was looking for a new look to help launch his painting and restoration business based in San Diego, California. After a few conversations by phone, I created his site and designs for him and, based on the reactions from prospective and former clients, it's a roaring success.
Feel free to have a look at his work, and see how my solutions helped yet another client achieve their goals.
Vona Community came to me with a desire to redevelop and redesign their writers-driven community site to be more user-friendly, and geared to drive traffic and generate more revenue for their constantly growing events.
They empower writers of color to reach new heights in their craft, and I'm humbled to have helped them along in their path.
You got the funk, we got the funk. Hug a mug of joy.
Diem Jones, art director and photographer for George Clinton (yes, *that* George Clinton!) has contracted me to produce the site for his spoken word new school funk band Equanimity.
I am equal parts excited and humbled by this opportunity.