Have you ever loved something enough to let it go? That sounds cheesy, but that’s what I did with photography. Not completely. I still do photography from time to time. An artist can never truly abandon their craft. You know how it is.
But really, I had to let it go as a business because it was taking me away from something I loved more - my family.
How can I still serve the industry I love and not have to be away from my wife and daughter? That question led me to web design, another passion of mine, and then to starting Wild Eyed Creative Co.
My mission is to serve photographers with web design in a way that only a photographer can. Because you have to be a photographer to really understand how photographers think. You have to know the industry to be able to help a photographer realize and reach their goals. And you have to have worked with photography clients to understand how to speak to them.
A lot of photographers have basically the same website. A glorified portfolio. Let’s change that. Let’s get you a gorgeous website that really works, one you’ll be pumped to show off. Let’s pluck you out of a sea of faces and make you stand out to the clients you love.
Copywriter and SEO writer. From Illinois but currently based in Springfield, MO. You probably won’t catch him out being a good ol’ boy anywhere. He’s a hermit, a good ol’ boy at home with his wife and Rottweiler/German Shepard, Dirk. If you do catch him (you won’t) he’ll probably be reading novels, philosophy, or theology, writing stories and poetry, making music, watching movies no one else likes, or drinking too much Merlot and cracking dirty jokes with his friends.
Designer and brand strategist. From Illinois but currently based In Ogden, UT. Catch him hiking in the mountains, shooting at the range, or restoring old motorcycles like a good ol’ boy. If you catch him at home he’ll probably be spending time with his wife and daughter, playing with his Wiener (Dog), Novie, and his adorable but overly clingy heeler, Shadow. He also loves film photography, videography, educational podcasts, writing and performing music, audio engineering, and binge-watching Netflix with a charcuterie board and a glass of fine whiskey.