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February 18, 2010 - 3 comments

Photoshelter Integration & Customization: Nic Bezzina Photography

It’s been a crazy busy week and I’m so excited to announce that we just finished the customization and integration of a Photoshelter archive for Nic Bezzina Photography

Nic Bezzina Photography

Nic is a photographer based in Sydney, Australia with an incredible collection of images — portraits, live music and documentary. His portraits and music galleries display some stellar images of some truly awesome creatives: Musicians, Artists, Illustrators, Designers…

The visual design of the site was not designed by me. We took an existing design concept and development (by Newism - a super fab design studio in Australia) and customized Nic’s Photoshelter archives to match his existing website. (Don’t you just love the curtain?)

Nic Bezzina Photoshelter ArchivesNic Bezzina Photography : Music Portraits CollectionNic Bezzina Photography : The Captains Image detail

Nic also wanted the ability to rename, reorder, and create galleries in addition to the ones he already had so we also completely revamped the ExpressionEngine integration to allow Nic to do just that. Each time Nic adds or removes a gallery and then reorders them, the main navigation automatically reflects his changes. (Take note: This would get any geek excited.)

Nic seems to be very happy with our work and that makes us feel warm and fuzzy...

(Note: A big thank you to John Knotts of Code72. John is the genius behind the code here at Cococello. We met during a Train-ee class here in Portland last June and have been working together ever since. We are a stellar partnership of complimentary skills.)

Published by: dpdavis in News, Photography, Design


Wayde Christie
February 19, 2010 at 12:46 am

Fantastic work guys – really impressive!

February 19, 2010 at 4:11 am

Wayde ~ Thank you. Newism designed something really stunning and we just added on to it.

Susan Seubert
March 12, 2010 at 1:32 am

Well done, as usual!

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