We all need a little help now and again. Tell me about your passions and your problems. then... let me solve the problems and you focus on your passions.
Slow Hand BBQ just celebrated their 5th anniversary by inviting other Pit Masters, Breweries and a vineyard over for a cook out! See how they celebrated this milestone with the Pleasant Hill Community!
The beautiful California coast gave us the most amazing backdrop to capture the special morning. Here are some highlights from that beautiful ceremony.
Open Table Church has been meeting for several years at the Civic Center in the heart of Walnut Creek. Their congregation is made up of locals who want to know more about Jesus and are looking to connect with their community. The website needed to reflect that by being easy to navigate, have messages and events easily accessible.
Once upon a time there was a girl who loved dresses, sunsets and all things vintage. She learned to sew, find quality vintage clothes and created her own unique style. As she grew into her own, she found that others loved all that she found and made too. So, The Rose Time of Day was born.
We set off to Baker Beach with imminent showers and a really cold breeze. But it couldn't faze these lovebirds less... they just continued on with their traditional #sundayfunday. Personally, I am not huge on props during milestone shoots... but I've got to say... some of the photos with their travel blanket is my favorite.
The Dreamers Society is proud to work with the Bradley School of Music. Without the clear vision, community love and quality instruction, Bradley would not be the successful business that they are today. We are so proud to be a part of their team and help foster another generation of musicians in the SF Bay.
The Dreamers Society helped Sousan great a logo, website and photos for their gallery. There are so many reasons that we loved working with Sousan, from her vibrant smile and positive attitude, to her amazing makeup skills. We were lucky enough to be apart of her studio session day and watch her make each lady comfortable in their own skin. Makeup and style is a very personal thing, and on a big day you want to feel like the best version of yourself.
The Dreamers Society helped this hairdresser rebrand with a new website. Moving is hard, especially when you're responsible for getting your own clients in the door. Thankfully there is no rush for Rachel to build up new clients, but none the less I wanted to help her get started with a bang of confetti and balloons to celebrate this new adventure!
The Dreamers Society helped a health care company, that works with children who have autism and special needs, for a complete website rebuild and a new logo.