I made a customized responsive theme design first made in WordPress in 2014, then updated the design and moved the website to Squarespace in 2017 since I think it's a better content management system. The website shows portfolios incorporating full-screen photography galleries and press publications, looks great on all size screens and devices, loads fast, and is easy to update.





Sold exclusively on the website's online store (gift cards available as well) as well as conventions, pop up events, the company shares press, look book, FAQ, Instagram posts, and invites you to join email updates to discover Artist collabs, new photoshoots, exclusive promo codes, event invites.



Entertainment writer and journalist Gina Piccalo shares and archives her articles from The Industry - cinema, film, movies - in Los Angeles, CA.

Wordpress theme was updated in 2013 to make it easy to search the articles and thoughts of on this responsive design website and blog. It includes the original publication logos and article artwork.



Fine artist Natalie Bork creates sculptures and art installations evoking tension and excitement.

Using wood, fused glass, Battuto (Italian word that refers to the process of carving into glass), among other materials, it reveals and reflects on the process and space it inhabits. Her work wins awards and see shown in galleries and museums in the USA. I updated her Wordpress website in 2014 and then we redesigned again in Squarespace in 2017 for a more polished presentation.




Shed Brand Studio offers stained glass, custom doors, stock doors and fused glass to the Charlotte & Raleigh, NC.

I created a new website in Squarespace in 2017, based on the older website, and made it easier for the client to make updates quickly and to present their services in a more modern way while keeping the branding the same.


Aerial photographer Marilyn Bridges documents contemporary and ancient locations worldwide.

I develop and expand her existing website in 2011, using Adobe Dreamweaver, HTML, and CSS, to include over three-hundred pages of contemporary and ancient location photographs worldwide with archeological information.

Expanding two photography portfolios, of ancient and contemporary sites, from twenty to two-hundred aerial photos may not seem like a daunting task, unless you consider that each photo includes information about the context of ancient or contemporary monuments and locations. This site was made with Adobe Dreamweaver using HTML and CSS.

Part of the original design, and Marilyn and I decided to keep it since it is befitting of the structure and order predicated in the design of the locations. Now it shows ten portfolios of ancient and ten portfolios of contemporary aerial photography.

Each portfolio has ten images. To compliment the monumental task of archiving and representing these grand and historical locations required creating a structured layout that is befitting the order, power, and importance of these civilizations.

Providing archaeological content helps explain the context and relevance, as well as helps make the site useful for historical studies.

Buy the book. Many of the photographs have been published in books and are highly sought after since some are no longer in print.

Praise, insight, and excerpts from the books. Use the same format as the descriptions that compliment the individual photographs and the portfolios.

Share what others think of you. The Reviews page highlights the praise of peers, authors, and publications expounding on their thoughts about the importance of Marilyn's photography.


Enjoy Website development with a Squarespace Circle member (me). More at circle.squarespace.com.

The Benefits:

Make websites that are beautiful on all size screens and devices.

Integrate ecommerce and email marketing signup pages.

Benefit from working with a Squarespace Circle member:

+ Get OPTIMIZED Customer Care

+ Six-Month Trial Periods (instead of the standard 2 weeks)

+ Get 20% off the first year of Website or Online Store annual plans

+ Set up and Customize your Website Design and Ecommerce

+ more with a community of creatives, developers, and designers who use Squarespace to build beautiful websites for themselves and their clients.

Show your visual portfolio with galleries and slideshows. Publish and archive your and articles. Sell physical items, services, downloads, and gift cards on an ecommerce shop. Tell your company story and share it on social media. Add email subscribers that visit your website. Create password-protected pages to share private information with clients. These are some of the ways I have helped clients through website development.
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I update and maintain WordPress, Theme, & Plugin Updates. - We can stay with current design and function customisations, or change to another theme, and use new features that where not available in the past so that the site works at current industry standards. I creates secure, offsite backups to at least two storage places, monitor and protect against hacking and downtime. Small changes, like add new images or page information updates, will be included.
Here are three maintenance fee plans.
- $30 monthly if you prepay 12 months - $360 yearly 40% off.
- $40 monthly if you prepay 6 months - $480 yearly - 20% off.
- $50 monthly if you pay monthly - $600 yearly.


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