Greswolde Photography | Featured Site Friday

 Martyn Greswolde is a wedding and portrait photographer located in Staffordshire, UK who worked with Showit Design Smith Melissa Love on a custom website design.

What caught your eye about your website designer that made you want to work with her?

How she managed to extract the photographer's personality and get it into the design of their site.

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What was your favorite thing about the process of working with your designer?

Giving her as much free reign as possible to go and design what she thought represented me and my brand.

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What is your favorite thing about your website and what makes your website unique?

I love the clean, stylish lines. The site represents me and my photographic style perfectly. I love the kooky, idiosyncratic look of a lot of websites but that just isn't me, Melissa captured me perfectly.

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Visit Greswolde Photography:  http://www.greswolde.com

Visit Melissa Love:  http://www.melissalove.co.uk

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