Working with the Collections Manager, Matt Hansbury, and a limited budget, we came up with a creative exhibit to coincide with the Vietnam Memorial Moving Wall event on Memorial Day weekend. We highlighted the experiences and photographs of Vietnam nurse, Beth Parks, by recreating her “hooch” where we displayed panels that told her story through words and pictures, and created a timeline collage of Vietnam events during that time period.
Rockland Maine accounting firm was in the process of adding two new partners. A brainstorming session with Marianne Masters, Rachel Fowlie and Gina Engelberg resulted in developing a new look and brand with new logo, business cards, stationary and exterior signage.
Working with owner, Eileen Wankmuller, I wanted to photograph the therapists at work to really communicate the level of professionalism, and to convey the experience a client would have receiving a massage, facial or swimming in the endless warm water pool. What started as a documentary, resulted in B&W images that told the story in artful, powerful images. The website is a compilation of these images and writing to convey the total body experience, and illustrate the choices available. theendlessspa.com
"Kim at Jumpstart Creative has delivered professional-looking results with
our business website. She made multiple visits to our spa, ensuring
she got all the information and photos needed, with her own artful touch.
She listened to our needs and held a strong vision for the end results.
Once the website was complete she assisted with the domain transfer as
well as giving a phone tutorial on how to update the site in the future,
before signing off on the project. We are pleased with our new website and
our customers love it as well."