Archive for July, 2008

Redding Website Designers, Photographers, And More

Wednesday, July 16th, 2008

Weddings are booked up with me solid for the next two weeks. For as new as we are, I’m pretty happy about that and looking forward to them. I love photographing weddings. I never cry, and I never understood that really. I love using cold hard technology to create something warm and soft from a sweet piece of life.  We’re also about to start on a few new web projects… also a good thing.  I’m hoping to move into building some applications for the iPhone as well, but who knows when I’ll get around to that.

Preferred Redding, California Website Designer at

Preferred firm in the PHP Website Designers category at

San Diego Web Designer, Wedding Photographer, & Graphic Designer

Tuesday, July 15th, 2008

We are now expanding are service area to San Diego.  With our base camp located near I5 in Redding, CA there’s a straight connect to the rest of the vertically oriented state of California.  We are also pleased to offer many of our services to Sacramento, Ventura, and Norfolk, VA.

Enjoy Magazine in June!

Thursday, July 10th, 2008

I was recently featured again in the June issue of Enjoy Magazine on the calendar of events page.  Both a shot of the Sundial Bridge in Redding and a ferris wheel from the Anderson Shasta District Fair.  Thank you Enjoy!  It’s always nice feeling appreciated!

Gaia Hotel Anderson Grand Opening

Thursday, July 10th, 2008

I recently had the opportunity to be involved in the grand opening of the Gaia Hotel in Anderson, CA in some small way.  I’m hoping to see a few of my photos from the event around town in various marketing materials produced.  It was a pleasure working with them and of course I always enjoy photographing events in Anderson.  We also had the opportunity to photograph some of their rooms, buildings, and grounds for their marketing resources.

A little about our web design philosophy…

Thursday, July 10th, 2008

Having a professionally marketed dynamic website is a two part venture. The first part is building a contemporary eye-catching site that surfers will surf because they enjoy it, either for the sake of content, ease of shopping, or some other benefit. The design is your visual pitch to the prospective client.

Part two involves your search engine marketing, authority links, and general (and targeted) traffic generation. The obvious fact that a well designed, beautifully crafted, multimedia site is useless if nobody sees it.

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