IMPACT WITH YOUR VISUAL – 10” 2 IMPRESS
Every Project is Unique. As You Are.
It necessitates the execution of something new, something never done before.
Let us make our work enjoyable!
Unique project for a unique client.
Inspiring, beautiful shoot in a luxury jewellery shop in Rome. These masterpieces are strongly linked to nature and a dreamlike world.
My client’s briefing was: “Shoot what you feel.” My feelings were gratitude, joy, and homage towards this unique art she produces.
A project is unique as the people who imagine it.
Filippo gave me the best performance I could have asked for: empathy, leadership, engagement, and the most incredible followers imaginable.
A great location with great people calls for engagement. Filippo trains the horses with amazing capacity. What really struck me were his calm, almost motionless, directives.
Vaulting is a spectacular show, and Filippo was eager to present it. But unfortunately, on that day, it was stormy. Such weather might be dangerous both for him and the animals. This meant I had driven a long way to see “standard” training without the acrobatics! No way!
Filippo gave me the best performance I could have asked for: empathy, leadership, engagement, and the most incredible followers imaginable. All in all, outstanding. Check the location here: Agriturismo Re Tarquinio.
IMPACT WITH YOUR CONTENT – 10” 2 IMPRESS
Are your projects unique, immediate, and appealing?
No matter the product or service, your content sets you apart!
Can you present your work and market it successfully?
Is your potential client aware of your uniqueness and looking forward to buying it? If not or not at the desired level, you might need me.
Succeeding in uniqueness will set your projects apart from the crowd. You’ve discovered your niche but don’t know how to properly communicate it. Let’s join forces and our abilities to do something different. A project is a one-time, once-off activity, never to be repeated in the same way.
Unique communication is very challenging but also exciting and rewarding. When I start a new project, I try to follow these personal rules: listen to your client; think out of the box; be professional; have values; make a profit out of it.
We are continuously overwhelmed with new products and services. The pressure is high, as is the speed at which things move around us.
Nevertheless, creativity and enthusiasm should guide our actions. Slow food also became successful after fast food. Hasn’t it?!