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Reflections on 2012

Posted on the 31 December 2012 by Electrickiwi @webdesignmusic

without-music-desertIt’s so hard to believe that 2012 is coming to an end, and that 2013 is just around the corner.

So with the new year drawing ever closer, we wanted to take this opportunity to reflect on the past year, and say thank you to some very special people for their continued support.

Electric Kiwi have launched some websites for a very varied client base this year, and it’s been such a pleasure working with and getting to know these artists on a personal level, as well as professionally.

We started off 2012 with websites for Rebecca Orr, Pamela Raith Photography and The Duplets. It’s been amazing keeping up with what they’ve all been doing, and we’re so pleased that we could be part of their journey.

Further into the year, we launched websites for Kristan Harvey, The Ghost of Samantha and Paper Aeroplanes. It’s been a great year for all of them, and I hope 2013 brings even more success.

Most recently, we’ve launched new websites for Sinead McNally, Ray Tarantino and Singer Success, and ended the year with a few projects currently underway. It’s been great to turn Electric Kiwi from a hobby to a full time company, and it really couldn’t have been done without the support of the clients we’ve worked with over the past 18 months.

2012 was also a special year for a few other reasons – the biggest being finally meeting Terra Naomi in person during her 2 European tours. As many of you probably know, I have been a big fan of Terra’s for around 7 or 8 years now and we’ve been working together for the past 18 months. Helping to organise her Glasgow show and spending time with her was awesome. Equally awesome is her tour manager, Giulia who opened her home to us and let us stay with her in Italy for a lovely holiday in September.

With new projects in the pipeline, 2013 is looking to be just as exciting! Thank you once again for your support, and we wish you all the best for the new year.

“Without music, life is a journey through a desert.”
- Pat Conroy

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