See my work below and click through to read a little more about the website process used with each site.

Eating Asheville Walking Food Tours

Eating Asheville

Eating Asheville is a longtime client who needed a website facelift to showcase their amazing tours and a new meal program that gives back to the community. The existing site didn’t reflect the fun style of their tours and guides, so we wanted to brighten the site up and rebrand Eating Asheville as the fun […]

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Present Moment Yoga Retreat

Present Moment Retreat

This gorgeous yoga retreat in Troncones, Mexico needed a full restructuring and redesign. First, I consolidated dozens of pages to make the site easier to use, taking the site from 160+ pages to around 70 total for English + Spanish. Next, I re-themed the site in a clean modern style to make the photos the […]

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Pamela Millis Asheville Psychotherapist

Pamela Millis

This local psychotherapist needed a gentle and inviting web presence to showcase her expertise. She was also in need of a rebrand since her previous office had been a collective and she was returning to solo practice. I branded the site using inviting colors and soft nature photography that underscores her calm energy and professional […]

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Sourwood Inn

Sourwood Inn

The Sourwood Inn is a stunning bed & breakfast located just minutes from the Blue Ridge Parkway. The Inn needed a custom site to best tell their story and show off their beautiful rooms and mountain setting. Particularly important in the redesign was emphasizing easy usability for would-be travelers. I improved this by simplifying and […]

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River Island Apothecary website

River Island Apothecary

River Island Apothecary initially came to me with interest in only updating the website homepage. I quickly assessed that the entire website needed a facelift and some restructuring in order to breath life into the brand. Using a new theme and branding flourishes from her printed booklets, I put her services on prominent display along […]

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