PARKER J PFISTER
He’s the guy who makes photographers want to hang up their hats and retire. But when this world-renowned photographer needed a website to launch the debut of his fine art photography, he chose Good Gallery.
When Parker Pfister speaks, photographers around the world listen. His astonishing artistry serves as an inspiration for photographers all over the globe, and his down-to-earth nature earns him the love of everyone he meets. He’s also one of American Photo’s Top 10 Wedding Photographers in the World and conducts sold-out workshops throughout the year.
Although he has been shooting for more than 20 years, Parker has never been content to sit on his laurels. In fact, he recently spent more than a year creating an incredible portfolio of fine art images. When he was ready to launch his new battery of work, he knew he needed a great site to keep the focus on the work yet help make his site more search-engine friendly. After doing some serious due diligence, Parker found that Good Gallery fit the bill.
“I was looking for a clean beautiful site that I could update quickly and easily,” recalls Parker. “I wanted a site that was more about images and less about words as those images needed to look amazing! I wanted a site that was just is easy to view on a mobile device as it was on a desktop. And Good Gallery was exactly that.”
Upon launch of his new site, Parker gained 25,000 page views from 62 countries in just 48 hours. This came as no surprise to Parker. “The quality of the images is outstanding and they load very fast. The clean and simple design is amazing, and the customer service is second to none! The support team at Good Gallery is also amazing. If I needed something changed, it was done really fast. Try that with the other guys,” Parker says.
Parker has been so delighted with his new site’s performance that he’s using Good Gallery for his forthcoming revamped wedding and portrait sites. “Since launching my new site, I have had countless photographers ask me where my site came from and if they could get one, too,” Parker says.