A website should serve as the online version of who you are in real life.
The same way a small business owner wants their website to have the look and feel of their in-person store, so too should an artist's website have the look and feel of meeting that artist in person.
No two actors or writers or musicians are alike, which is why I don't believe in a one-template-fits-all approach to website design for artists.
Building a website together is a collaboration. It starts with an open conversation about who you feel you are as a [writer, actor, director, poet, musician, sculptor, chef, or hyphenate of your choosing] and the goals you'd like your website to fulfill towards a flourishing and enriching creative career. My job is to then translate that vision into fonts and images and graphics and designs that feel like you.
Nowadays everyone's life is online. Let's make your presence known, with your spirit - and bank account - still intact!