Lady Parts Justice is an incredible non profit. It's the first "not safe for work, reproductive rights, rapid response messaging hub that uses comedy, culture and digital media to sound an alarm" and help women to reclaim their rights to reproductive access and health benefits. I was absolutely honored to build their Goldenprobes.com website for their annual fundraiser.
Newly crowned 2016 American Beatbox Champion, Mark Martin, needed a new website with his new championship title. And he needed it on a tight deadline! Using a responsive template in Wordpress, I created a professional looking website that also fit with his creative and alternative industry.
North Coast is NYC's premier hip hop improv comedy team. I am a proud member. I built the team's first website (on Wordpress) back in 2010, and then redesigned in 2014, once the team starting touring internationally and booking more gigs. The site still sits on the Wordpress platform today.
Julie Ohana, Culinary Art Therapist, had ann updated business plan but an outdated business site. We completely threw away the 2008 hand-coded html files but kept the same vibrant, colorful design. Her new site is more streamlined and professional, and she can update it easily with Squarespace.
Shoreline Developmental Learning Group is a learning center that supports children with special needs and their families to achieve an array of goals using a customized, collaborative approach. They are incredible and I was honored to build their first website. The co-founders wanted a clean "nautical" feel, and something they could maintain easily on their own without HTML knowledge.
TheRaeRoShow.com is... well, me. It's my website for teaching and performing improv comedy. Previous iterations of my website include hand-coded html files, a Tumblr Website, and finally - this beautiful Squarespace site. I love the easy access to important content and the photo headers with text overlays.
Kaitlin Fontana is a comedy producer, writer, director, and performer, and a National Magazine award-winning essayist and culture journalist. Her first website was a collection of blog posts and online essays, hosted on Wordpress. Once she moved into the television writing world, she asked me to redesign in the same platform with a very clean and simple black and white design.