I am incredibly proud and pleased to present to you my new and updated Sequined Asphault Studio Architectural Photography web site and portfolio! I’d be honored for you to take time out for a peek. And even more thrilled if you can share it around. Email it, or better yet, use one of the social sharing buttons below. You can always access my site from here on the blog by clicking the banner you see highlighted by the famous Baby Madeline point above. Thanks so much for all of your encouragement and support.
Since we’ve just gone live, there may be some kinks. I’d be grateful to hear if you find anything trippy while you are taking a tour. Misspellings, duplicate photos, anything that doesn’t feel right to you. I’ll be elbow deep in the web site’s search engine optimization for the next week, and then I’ll be able to switch my other domains over to the new site. Soon there will be some great functionality for you Clients out there, including a lightbox for viewing proofs and a new digital delivery system.
And a bit further on the horizon, I’ll be offering fine art prints for sale.
We’ve got some exciting new features planned right over here at this very blog, Tripping on Asphalt, during the next couple of months, so I hope you stick around and enjoy. And tell your friends! We love comments and visitors.
And a special thanks to our beautiful niece, The Baby Madeline, who turned 2 this week. The photos above are from our shoot with her at 1 year, and at 6 months respectively.
Is that the interweb equivalent to unpacking the last box?Â Because I still have yet to accomplish that feat in the non-virtual universe, so chances are I haven’t done it here either.
Without further ado, and if you are so inclined, click on the picture or click on ‘About Michele’ over yonder top left…
I recently completed the design and coding of the Arrow Express Inc. web site, along with the design of their new logo.Â It was a pleasure working with them and I wish them the best with their new web presence.
I had a fantastic time working with the women of Shelter Interiors, Tricia Izzo and Carolyn Kron, on my first professional website project.Â Thank you for the opportunity!Â We got a beautiful site up and running to display and market their unique talents.Â It was especially rewarding that much of the project photography they chose came from my portfolio.Â Best of luck with your growing business and cheers to female entrepreneurs!
Go ahead.Â Check out their site!Â Click here.Â You know you want to…
- graphic design
- hustle and flow
- iPhone photo
- little guys
- on the nightstand
- personal projects
- rolling in glitter
- sarcasm font