Cammami Design, Inc. is a design studio located in New Orleans, Louisiana, specializing in branding, advertising, web design and development.


Preservation Hall and Preservation Hall Jazz Band in New Orleans

Preservation Hall
For my first New Orleans client since moving my business to New Orleans, I couldn't have been more humbled and honored to be awarded the account for the Preservation Hall. The Preservation Hall is a musical venue in the French Quarter founded in 1961 to protect and honor New Orleans Jazz. They have a touring band that travels worldwide spreading their mission to nurture and perpetuate the art form of New Orleans Jazz. Cammami Design was responsible for creating a site that captured both the essence and mission of the Preservation Hall and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band.

2009 New Orleans Bingo! Parlour

New Orleans Bingo! Parlour
After working closely with Ron Rona for the Preservation Hall site, Ron approached Cammami Design to design a new logo and graphics for the 2009 New Orleans Bingo! Parlour which is one of the stages for the annual Voodoo Music Festival in New Orleans. In attempt to break the Guinness Book of World Record's record for largest gathering of zombies, Cammami Design was asked to design all graphics with a blood-ridden, zombie theme.
Landscape Workshop, Inc.

Landscape Workshop
Collaborating with Cayenne Creative, Cammami Design was responsible for bringing the new web designs for Landscape Workshop to life. With the beautiful photography of Landscape Workshop's past projects, it allowed for features on the site such as "full screen" mode to really get a feel for how Landscape Workshop creates "Uncommon Outdoor Spaces".
Prier Construction

Prier Construction
After three years of the initial launch of their website, Prier Construction came back to Cammami Design for a complete overhaul and redesign of their site to pitch new clients. With the advancements in computer technology, it allowed for the new site to have more screen real estate in showing big and beautiful pictures of Prier Construction's work.