Posts in Client Work
Client: CityFitGirls

CityFitGirls is a running and fitness community for women here in Philadelphia. It was created a few years ago by two awesome women (and friends!) Kiera and Takia. They host a yearly FitRetreat to bring together over 150 women for a full day of nourishing the mind, body and soul. From fitness classes, lifestyle workshops and a delicious and healthy brunch (with mimosas of course!), FitRetreat has been a great event that I've had the pleasure of photographing for the past three years. It's exciting to see a client use your photographs for their overall brand look and content, so thank you Kiera and Takia! 

Client: Cordes Foundation

The Cordes Foundation "connects social entrepreneurs with the right resources and stakeholders, convenes events that enhance and strengthen the impact investing and social entrepreneurial ecosystems and catalyzes 100% of its balance sheet to elevate the role of women globally."

This redesign project was definitely a highlight of my year! I've never done a website for a foundation before, but I loved having the creative freedom to redesign the style, branding and flow for the Cordes website to pack a punch for their audience. I incorporated higher quality images thanks to their portfolio organizations and partners, weaved in more of their branding and colors throughout the site, made sections more interactive (like this awesome global map and filter for their fellows, designed and coded by my developer Chris), and updated their logo and business card designs. Take a look below for some of their before and afters, and check out CordesFoundation.org to view the full site! 

 

Wordpress Web Design
Business Card Design
Custom Coded Map Feature


 

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Business Cards - Before/After

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Client: PayalMUA

Payal came to me in early 2017 to help her revamp her digital presence. Her website was hosted on Wordpress.com without any call-to-actions (which would make it easy for clients to hire her) or an updated portfolio. After taking a look at the her competitors in the makeup professionals and bridal industry, I saw such an advantage Payal could have when it came to having a strong brand presence on both social and web. I was able to spruce up her logo, add a consistent and neutral color palette, and design a beautiful and responsive new website using WordPress (incorporating both photos from our branded photoshoot and other photographer shoots). Her client leads and intake has increased tremendously since launching her new site thanks to her easy-to-use navigation and site flow, relevant call-to-actions, and site visuals. Take a look at her new headquarters at PayalMUA.com to see what I'm talking about!

Client: GrowthCounsel

A former client, Ryan Wertman, reached out to me to design a website for his new law firm with partner Geoff Schwartz, Growth Counsel. They both wanted the site to look fresh, modern and easy to use for their clients. Ryan's one of those clients that are great to work with so I hopped onto the project asap. As fellow entrepreneurs, both Ryan and Geoff were straight, to the point and timely with all of their deliverables and feedback. I also shot some new headshots and brand photography for them (in lieu of the corny stock photography other law firms use), and the result is GrowthCounsel.com. Please hire them for any future legal binds or messes you find yourself in because they're awesome. Enjoy!

Client Work: Fishbox

Surround yourself with people who inspire your hustle. Napoleon is one of those people. A good friend of my since our agency days in 2012, Napoleon and I have always bonded over our love for entrepreneurship. He asked me to take a few promotional shots for his business, Fishbox earlier this summer, and we had a blast (we even got fro-yo in the middle of the shoot so that's always a good day). 

Napoleon created Fishbox as a way for consumers to stop missing packages while they're away from home during the typical 9-5 hours. By signing up for Napoleon's services, you pay a per package or monthly fee to receive your packages after 6pm. Pretty convenient right? Philly Mag eloquently put it by saying - "Fishbox, feeding your Amazon addiction one delivery at a time."   We had a lot of fun with the shoot, using Napoleon and two friends as our customers/models. I wanted to go for shots that were fun, engaging and a bit quirky - while still presenting the company as a friendly and personable startup. Take a look at the shots below and make sure to check out Fishbox to stop all those annoying missed package notifications on your door!  

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