Green Spark Farm

Green Spark Farm

• I met Mary Ellen and Austin Chadd when I photographed their local wedding a few years ago. The Chadds are now farming in Cape Elizabeth, Maine, and they came to me in frustration after trying to set up a website on their own.
• We recently switched their older HTML/CSS website into a WordPress-based version with a GeneratePress template, which displays nicely on any platform. The Photo Gallery page also automatically adapts to the device it is viewed on.

Gretchen LaSalle

Gretchen LaSalle MD
• Gretchen LaSalle, a doctor based in Spokane, Wash., approached me to build a website in preparation for the publication of her first book. It accommodates Dr. LaSalle’s regular blog in addition to videos and science news related to her passion project – vaccines and immunizations.

• The website is WordPress-based, built on a GeneratePress template and adapts to browsers on desktop or laptop computers, tablets or phones.

Highland Builders

Highland Builders

• Peter O’Connor’s construction company Highland Buiders has done excellent work on our home over the years – Peter and I recently did a refresh on his WordPress-based website.

• Switching to the GeneratePress template, the site is now optimized to be seen on all devices (computer, tablet and phone).

• I also optimized the site for Google searches.

Hygeia

Hygeia

• Robyn Jacobs came to me on the referral of another client; she was starting a new business for the treatment of women’s wellness and wanted an online presence.

• Since designing the site, I’ve been expanding it with new pages and information as Robyn has been growing the business. She uses the site as a place for clients to find information about the business.

Jennifer Hauck

Jennifer Hauck

• One of my co-workers at the Valley News, photographer Jennifer Hauck, asked me to create a site that features her wedding photography.

• It’s a straight-forward set-up, with galleries of the featured weddings and a home page slideshow highlighting her great work.

Jennifer Shu

• I was first introduced to Jennifer when she was a local pediatrician for a mutual friend’s children. Now living in the Atlanta area, Jennifer is an energetic doctor who is also an author, a regular on CNN Health and the ReachMD podcasts.

• The site features feeds from her blog and Twitter pages.

Jill Grimes

Jill Grimes

• I have been working with Jill Grimes for some time now. An energetic family practitioner in Austin, Tex., Jill has recently published The Ultimate College Student Health Handbook, a follow-up to her successful book Seductive Delusions: How Everyday People Catch STDs.

• We have melded her older HTML/CSS and Blogger websites into one WordPress website, using GeneratePress for its structure. It is now mobile-friendly and one-stop shopping for Jill’s latest writing and media appearances.

Louis Phillips

Louis Phillips

• After seeing the work I had done for one of my clients, prolific author and poet Louis Phillips asked me to create a similar site that highlights his writing and photography.

• With navigation at the top and bottom of each page, the site is separated into categories and uses the simple photo gallery treatment I’ve used on other sites.

Man Up and Open Up

• Eric Barthold came to me through a mutual friend to set up a new website for his speaking series Man Up and Open Up. Eric visits high schools and colleges throughout New England to speak with students about gender stereotypes.

• While Eric already had a website running through a free service, we purchased a domain name and used his content in a customized WordPress shell from Graph Paper Press. It’s dynamic, changing to fit the site of the screen the reader is using (computer, tablet or phone). It also has the option to add a blog down the road.

Mary Cappello

Mary Cappello

• A few years ago, I designed a web site for Swallow, Mary Cappello’s book about the work of Chevalier Jackson and his collection at the Mütter Museum in Philadelphia. We eventually added her other books to the site.

• Later, we started fresh with a WordPress shell from Graph Paper Press to blend the work of two other sites (and added the above content as well). It’s dynamic, changing to fit the size of the screen the reader is using (computer, tablet or phone). It also has the option to add a blog.