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I am my business. I’m the president, CEO and sometimes the even the intern. So when it came to putting together a website, I knew I was going to be designing it too. I wanted it to look a certain way and I knew what the intended purpose was, I just didn’t know how to actually build it.
That’s where liveBooks comes in. I looked at other industry sites that I admired and found that most of them were built by liveBooks. They have clean, modern templates that are perfect for a visual artist. It was easy to choose a template that worked for my specific needs and then their designers customized it for me.
Agencies and photographers don’t have time to look through pages and pages of portfolios. As a photo stylist I have many areas of styling that I need to convey in a short amount of time. With multiple thumbnail photos on the home pages, they can click on each specialized area of interest as needed.
Styling is more than shopping and making things look good. A lot of time is spent on photo shoots and building a great portfolio. If your website doesn’t work as hard as you do, it’s not worth having one!
Amanda Zorumnski Design & Decor us a full service decorating and interior design firm. Amanda believes that design can change the way people view the world and the space they live in, much like we believe your website can shape how the world sees you!
Right now she is working on multiple residential projects in Connecticut and New York. A colonial in Bronxville, an antique in Old Greenwich and another colonial in New Canaan. It has been fun for her to infuse the colonials with modern elements to make them fresh and inviting yet sophisticated for the young families living there.
Seattle-based photographer Hank Drew has been behind the camera for 30 years—ten of those were between the ages of 12 and 22 with his beloved Grandfather’s 35mm. He specializes in product advertisements in the fashion and beauty industry, and lifestyle shoots for local magazines. Among his retail clients are Nordstrom, REI, Starbucks, Amazon, Endless.com and Marios. Media clients include Gray magazine, Seattle Metropolitan magazine and Seattle Metropolitan Bride and Groom magazine.
While technology has changed since that first 35mm, Hank’s passion for finding beauty from behind the camera is still as strong as ever. Attending to every detail of the image process brings him more than just professional fulfillment—it’s the thrill of discovering that there is no subject that cannot be made attractive or engaging. This extends to his website as well. His website is beautifully designed and the interactive portfolio home page immediately engages the viewer in his work.
Carlos went school to become an architect and had a great job waiting for him when he graduated college. It was his dream job with the only sustainable architecture firm in the region. They offered him a partnership opportunity. According to Carlos, upon graduating from college, “a mind flip drove him to look for the truth of happiness and the truth of himself.” Instead of “sitting, working, and waiting for life to finish,” he gave up everything, sold all his material possessions, put the cash in his pocket, and boarded a plane and took off for destnations unknown to “target harmony, happiness, and truth.”
I worked with the designers at liveBooks to design my custom Scaler website and I couldn’t be happier with the results. The design team was quick and put in the extra time to make sure my site was everything I imagined. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend liveBooks to anyone looking for a superior photography website.
Mike Henry got his B.F.A. in Photography from Columbia College in Chicago. After years of portrait and business editorial, in both New York and Chicago, Mike packed his bags for sunny Los Angeles where he rebuilt his portfolio and began his career as a commercial lifestyle and advertising photographer. Mike’s work is fun, energetic, clean and sometimes leans towards quirky. The kids love him and adults feel at ease in front of his lens.
Mike now spends his time back and forth between L.A. and N.Y. shooting for advertising, editorial and fashion apparel clients. When not behind the camera you can find Mike enjoying the California beach lifestyle just outside Los Angeles in Santa Monica.