Recently created this web-site for Broadlands Meadows Farm, an Alpaca farm based in Sheet, Petersfield.
The site is a static site and is mobile optimized, complete with location map and contact form. I also took the majority of the photos on the site over a couple of visits.
The farm contains a large herd of Alpaca but also Ronaldsay Sheep, Boreray Sheep, Angora Goats, Donkeys and some Chickens. The Alpaca are very cute and I was lucky enough to photograph a new born Alpaca and Angora.
The farm is incredible in that it sells a wide range of products produced from the farm, garments, yarns, hay, haylage and even Alpaca Poo, yes Poo! It also caters for lots of organisations and schools who visit the farm to enjoy the animals and experience the country life.
Visit the website here at www.fibrefarmer.com
Following Tom’s success on MasterChef The Professionals, him and a few of the other contestants are getting together to launch a series of pop-up dining events based on some of the dishes they produce on the show.
We created a lunch and dinner event on the website using a custom shopping cart linked to paypal, the tickets were then promoted on instagram, facebook and twitter. Interest was huge and the evening dinner allocation of 45 tickets sold out in less than 20 minutes.
Need any help with shopping carts or social media campaigns then please do not hesitate to contact me on 07798 711271.
I’ve created a specific photography website to cover aerial photography and videography using a drone/UAV, but also normal photography and editing using a large resolution DSLR and a variety of lenses. I’m planning to keep this uptodate with new examples on a regular basis. Please take a look.
I am now the proud owner of a drone, complete with high resolution camera and 4k video capability. Only a few flying trips so far but completely blown away by the technology behind it and it’s testing my multi-tasking abilities to the limit. Getting to grips with the flying now and also the functionality of the camera/video, the drone is compact and opens up enormous travel capabilities but also potential business opportunities. Training course in September to hopefully gain a CAA license to enable commercial projects.
A complete re-design for this professional hair salon based in Petersfield, I chose to use a static web design for this comprising of mainly a one page theme, of course fully responsive with tailored content for mobile. A booking form was also created to enable clients to pick their appointment dates with a quick confirmation from the staff.
Very pleased with the look of this site bringing it right up to date for the future, site also ranks very highly on google and bing.
Take a look at the web site…
A complete update with this site to bring it up-to-date, fully responsive and mobile friendly this is a static design with a fully bespoke wordpress blog ready to go.
Leeps is rail electrical safety company and offers training and coaching throughout the UK.
The company has enjoyed huge success since it’s inception.
Created this web-site for this hilly time-trial competition for cycle clubs based in the South, it was back to html5 for this using the bootstrap framework to create a fully responsive web-site for mobile, laptop or desktop. I even created the logo!!
Site is viewable at www.sportingtt.co.uk
Created this web-site for my son Tom, who is a Sous Chef at Roux @ Parliament Square, Westminster. Tom is very passionate about the many facets of cooking and this single page web-site and blog allows him to post about his experiences as a Chef and also as diner.
The site was created using wordpress and is completely custom built, he can update his site from his phone, laptop or desktop.
Feel free to take a look at his site at www.tompeterschef.com
Created a new website for this bespoke joinery company based in Four Marks, Hampshire. Fairly basic but responsive design, limited photos to work with but still a massive improvement from the previous site..
An Egret fishing whilst in Barbados , vegetables with his meat!
Parakeet trying to break back into his cage…