Paul Ainsworth chef-patron at Paul Ainsworth at Number 6 in Padstow Cornwall, awarded a Michelin star in 2013 and has four AA Rosettes. He also owns Cafe Rojano, Mahe Cookery School, The Townhouse Hotel and The Mariners Pub in Rock.
“Utterly blown away by how incredible you have captured everything we work so hard to do everyday. Your incredible to work with and your humbleness and humility is so inspiring, and I can see why you are so good at what you do.”
— PAUL AINSWORTH
The bespoke photography emphasised the quality of the jewellery, making it more appealing to potential customers. The website redesign aimed to enhance the user experience, making it easier for customers to navigate the website and purchase products. The new website has a modern, intuitive, and user-friendly design, with clear calls to action guiding customers through the buying process. The streamlined checkout process allowed customers to purchase products easily without unnecessary complications.
To work with Paul and his team over a period of two years to capture all aspects of the businesses. Having worked with some of the leading chef’s in the UK, Andrew has a natural instinct on how to capture all the details that have gone into creating stunning dishes. When photographing The Townhouse for example, he wanted to show the finer details of the rooms from creative angles to entice the viewer but not show the standard wide angle shot of a room, he wanted that part to be a surprise when the guest enters the room.
To revamp Ti2 Titanium Jewellery's branding, H2 first reimagined the logo and branding. The updated design drew inspiration from the brand's British roots and history, with sleek typography. The website was also redesigned, featuring bespoke photography of the brand's collections, showcasing the unique features of each product, and highlighting the jewellery's exceptional quality.
Positive customer feedback followed the redesign process, citing a better user experience and modern design. The streamlined checkout process and product customisation options also received praise. The updated branding and website design led to a significant increase in sales, as customers found it easier to navigate and make purchases, resulting in better customer satisfaction.