Like all great entrés deserve complimentary wines to round out the palette, Cavallario’s Cucina needed a website to pair with their interior refresh. It needed to be classic and refined, yet user friendly and inviting. We were able to capture their space and their dishes with our in-house photography, and marry the images to a custom design built to accomodate their ever changing menu and distinctive tastes. Buon Appetito!
Clayton Distillery wanted a commercial that invited locals as well as seasonal tourist to be a part of their new trademark operation. We kept it simple, highlighting the beauty of what they’ve tried so hard to create. What we came up with speaks to the homegrown, handcrafted legacy that comes from the organic nature of Mike Aubertine and his amazing staff. Cheers!
Worship leader, recording artist, conference speaker and Outloud ministry founder Mike Kim was in need of a clean, simple web platform for keeping in touch with his contingency. He wanted it personal, simple and blog-based, as well as expandable.
In addition to crafting an open solution for Mike which incorporates a music player, his twitter feed and magazine-style theme, our design team added a custom logo á la palindrome. We were also able to secure and host his new domain, while remaining competitive with what he had previously been paying with a mass-hosting solution.
Will Farr, owner of Farr Auto Sales and GoFarr.com, wanted to boost sales among a particular demographic that is convinced they “must have a new car.” The hope was to develop a stylish and catchy advertising campaign that would get people talking about not throwing their money away on new cars when quality used ones will give the same satisfaction for far less. Simultaneously, he wanted a commercial that would fly in the face of the region’s typical in-your-face (and quite frankly, annoying) car commercials. (You know the kind).
The result is a series of :30 second spots with the new slogan “Don’t Hate Your Money.” The first full-production, story-style ad features rich cinematic depth, quick cuts, quirky lines, a custom sound track and voice over, and leverages a social media hashtag to engage viewers online (#dhym). We’re happy to be brokering their initial advertising purchase on regional television with additional ads in the series slated for production.
New Life Media has ROCKED my business. Very quickly, the NLM Team understood the essence of my business and my target market. Their work is over the top AMAZING! They have created such a unique, stand out look for my business – I am expecting tremendous growth!
Jessica Page // Co-Owner of Page Fitness Athletic Club
Renowned studio photographer Angela Soules wanted creative ways for her existing clientele to help promote their experiences with her through the most powerful form of marketing: word of mouth.
And nothing gets people talking like free clothes.
Our creative team designed new logos, icons and tag lines for two lines of apparel. Angela is now including a free collegiate-style t-shirt with her senior portrait packages, and a free baby onesie with her infant packages.
The logo design was exactly what I was looking for.
Perfect combination of unique design and expression of our brand – I was thrilled at how fast you had it ready for viewing and happy with having a variety of choices.
I couldn’t ask for anything more from my Account Manager, Clarissa. Her contagious enthusiasm along with the variety of marketing options that New Life Media has to offer makes me so excited to “grow” my existing business and start my new boutique.
-Kimberly Butler Mahoney
A New York based conglomerate of churches was looking to move the performance location of their annual Easter musical, Soldier’s Song, from a local church to a much larger capacity venue: the NY State Office Building. They asked us to put together an inexpensive promotional campaign for the new venue, and the expanding production.
We created a new logo, then designed and printed posters, handbills, a high-circulation web add for local online media and a landing page. To create a seamless experience between advertising efforts and performances, we also created their programs and response booklets. Lastly, the director wanted a video presentation during a particular scene where the main character was remembering scenes of Christ’s life; our creative department conducted an on-location shoot, editing and rendering a four-minute piece used in the final production.
New Life Media was privileged to be a part of Soldier’s Song, which had record attendance in it’s first weekend alone. It enjoyed back-to-back packed-houses for each performance.
Our solutions include a modified version of the orignal logo we created, a website overhaul, printed posters and rack cards, letterhead, projection-quality promotional slides, and event handouts. We also created a line of apparel which served not only as promotional piece, but a revenue stream.
Due in part to NLM’s promotional strategies and apparel, conference results included higher attendance and positive net cash flow.