Our work is unique as we drill down to complex layers of meaningful substance. Narratives, stories and compelling images portray a depth of persona that is authentic and intriguing. Critical to the content development process is an appreciation for exterior interests - distinguishing and supporting audiences navigating the site.

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Artist’s Work Enhanced by Notes and Sketches

Decades of work are documented in a sculpture portfolio. Handwritten notes and sketches added a tactile dimension to the photographs. Combined with quotes from artist and critics, each work becomes a signature moment over the course of a lifetime of production and exhibition. For select sculptures, full pages are developed to connect sketches, press quotes and artist reflection on a singular work. This process of bringing interiority to an archive of work balances what is often seen as a portfolio utterly removed from process.

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Private Collections Magnify Gallery Value

Great art galleries are owned or managed by strong curators. Often those curators are collectors, or consultants for collectors. Content that showcases the holdings of a gallery curator, or the collectors they work with, provide insight into a gallerist’s selection of artists. The visual presentation of curators’ collections is a rich addition to a gallery website.

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Raw Studio Images Balance Clean Product Portfolio

A craftsman’s studio is irresistible to prospective clients. Informal studio images collective contribute to a balance of polished finished product and the creative production process.

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Photographic Studies

A site for a violinmaker includes portfolios of an extensive inventory of violins, with images of the entire instrument and close-ups of detail. The mastery that goes into the making of a violin is exceptional. Capturing that process, with early drawings of the instrument, attracts interest and introduces an insider’s perspective on the process.

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