This site was constructed for a Birmingham, AL catering company owned by successful restauranteur George Sarris of The Fish Market & Dodiyòs. The focus of this project was to translate their print menu into a web site that would showcase menu items, engage visitors, and take advantage of SEO and search engine traffic. Features of the site include an image gallery, slideshow, contact form, Google analytics integration, location-based information, social sharing, and email signup widget. Work performed in conjunction with Reliable Ad Group.
Yellow Bicycle Catering
Project included a customized blog, ad units, Flash-based slide show, recipe database, and video editing for the web. It began as a flat HTML site in 2008 and progressed to a full featured blog. Client was reluctant to do a full-scale redesign so we made it work for years with the existing branding and theme. Kim switched to a new design firm in late 2012.
“It looks fantastic! Thanks for all your hard work.” Kim Sunèe
“With just a handful of images to start with I didn’t think I could have a very interesting website. But with clever graphics and image arrangement Gayle pulled off something very special. She is patient, easy to work with, and ready with lots of helpful advice.” Kathleen Kanen
This was live event video shot when I was on location to research a print story on surfing dogs. When I returned I wrote the print story and edited the video as a companion piece. There was also a slide show in the package. Surf Dogs of Del Mar Beach
Roasting Whole Fish video was a voice over static images video. The audio was recorded with an iPod microphone and married to slides using FinalCut.
Selecting and Preparing Whole Fish was a live action interview format video shot at a local Whole Foods.
Plank Grilling Salmon video episodes were shot at a local Whole Foods. Julia Rutland, Food Editor for Coastal Living made up the interview on-the-fly. Audio is a bit muddled because the guest’s microphone malfunctioned.