National Geographic photographer William Albert Allard said, “Words and pictures can work together to communicate more powerfully than either alone.” Successful brands across industries know how important photography can be to help tell their story – and our client, Bay Shore Systems, is no exception.
Do you get nostalgic thinking of Richard Scarry’s “What Do People Do All Day?” Are you related to a marketer whose description of their job makes your eyes glaze over? Are you interested in partnering with us on a branding or advertising project?
Bay Shore Systems, a manufacturer of foundation drill rigs used worldwide, had a website that was non-responsive, difficult to navigate and did not reflect the cutting-edge engineering capabilities of the team or its stellar customer service. With a desire to grow the company’s visibility and generate more leads online, we were engaged to push the Bay Shore Systems’ brand forward in the context of its website.
Campaign generated results that were nothing to sneeze at
The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) wanted to find the most effective way to educate residents about the importance of everyone over the age of six months getting a flu shot to prevent the spread of influenza. So we created a campaign called “Knock out the flu with one shot,” which featured boxing imagery with some levity to attract audiences to this important public health message.