In addition to working on a complete redesign of the St Albans Literary Festival website, here are my March 2015 travel food and drink features and posts published for UK, Jamaican and Italian clients.
A great end of working-week tweet compliment from the Jamaican Tourist Board. It followed a request to use one of my photos taken at the legendary Kingston record shop, Rockers International on a ‘Pressing Tunes’ press trip organised by Hotel Mockingbird Hill and BACKAYARD Magazine.
It’s a wonderful feeling when a web design project you have been managing goes live. Check out the new website for my Jamaican client, Hotel Mockingbird Hill and their press release to accompany it.
“We are delighted to announce that the new Hotel Mockingbird Hill website is now live. For all those looking to discover the best eco-hotel in Jamaica and explore the richness of an east coast Port Antonio and Portland holiday it is an essential resource!
We believe that, wherever in the world they are planning their break to Jamaica from, holidaymakers will find the site’s new visually rich layout an intuitive and accessible guide both to the hotel and Jamaica and as a holiday destination.
Our hope is that the beautiful photos and insightful plain English description on the website will empower the site visitor, simplifying the booking process and providing clear guidance on which rooms to book, where to eat out and what adventures to enjoy both locally and beyond Portland’s glorious beaches.
We hope you share our staff’s enthusiasm for the new website, and can find the time to enjoy images by some of the best photographers that have ever visited Port Antonio and Hotel Mockingbird Hill. It offers a unique insight into our local community, the delicious food that you will be able to sample and the stunning mountains & sea that Hotel Mockingbird Hill sits betwixt.
Do feel free to send us any comments or feedback.”