I’m Taylor, and I work with a small team of freelance web designers, copywriters, designers, marketing specialists, and photographers who believe in outlandish ideas and new ways of doing things.
Our clients are community-based businesses. Think spaces that run hands-on classes, workshops, retreats or events. Local businesses that exist to bring people together or impact their communities.
We also create portfolios and help creative entrepreneurs establish themselves online. This includes artists, writers, creators, and craftsmen who are ready to get their work out there in a way that authentically reflects their unique style.
There are lots of people who can write copy or get your site up and running. But there are still a few things that make More Outlandish different.
Back in 2014, I created a site about alternative and outdoor travel called Travel Outlandish. It took me all over – from the Bolivian desert to crowded alleyways of Hanoi – and I got to partner with dozens of local tour operators, boutique hotels, community organizations and small businesses to photograph and write about what they do.
What I found is that many businesses that offer great in-person experiences don’t have a great online presence. Simple upgrades like a modern website, bold copy, and high-resolution images can change everything for a small business trying to stand out online. And that’s where I come in.
Like all good entrepreneurial ventures, More Outlandish is a side project that blew up. It’s an extension of what I know, who I know, and how we can best create the kind of world we want to live in.