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WEBSITES & DIGITAL GRAPHICS

Photography

CUSTOM ART

CUSTOM VIDEO

SERVICES

Create a new brand or revamp an existing brand on a website, with custom graphics, and on-brand print items to match.

Steph and Jen (the minds behind Rogue Original) are great at bringing ideas and brand-vibes to life via the world wide web and digital media. Simplify your business and create more free time by automating and organizing wherever you can through your website. View analytics, incorporate social media, communicate your "voice" clearly to the public.

For websites, print items (business cards, postcards, mailers, stickers, custom boxes, gift cards, etc), logo development, and more.

Providing businesses with photography for most elements of business; including headshots, properties, products, and services.

Jen and Steph both use photography as a creative outlet. You can find Rogue Original Photography for sale in the R.O. Art Gallery online as well.

Custom videos for events, birthdays, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, weddings, births, etc.

Jen is particularly gifted in creating stunning and powerful custom videos.

Provide photos, graphics, even a sentiment, idea, or general topic; and, Steph will create custom artwork for you, incorporating your ideas/images, on your desired medium (wooden wall hanging, skate deck, tabletop, etc.). Epoxy resin finish available.

PROFESSIONAL

CREATIVE

PHOTOGRAPHY PORTFOLIO

WEBSITE PORTFOLIO

WEBSITE PROJECTS

Acupuncture Connections


  • Made with LiveEdit Platform
  • Clinical and professional font, accented with welcoming font styling
  • Easy, consumer friendly navigation
  • Brand color scheme
  • Custom icons (not shown)
  • Organizes clinic's variety of health and wellness options
  • Speaks to new and returning visitors




The Mindful Child


  • Made with Wix Platform
  • Select font styling
  • Easy, consumer friendly navigation
  • Brand color scheme
  • Custom titling and animations
  • Customer wanted a colorful experience that parents could enjoy as well as kids, expressing the wholesome, well-rounded, grounded, and (for lack of a better word) magical experience that will be provided to children
  • Mindbody software integration through widgets and detailed navigational instructions, for clarity and ease of use




Earth and Aerial Yoga


  • Made with Wix Platform
  • Professional on-brand font styling
  • Easy, consumer friendly navigation
  • Brand color scheme
  • Custom dividers
  • Customer wanted a professional and exciting expression of services
  • Photography by Steph




JR Law Firm


  • Made with Wix Platform
  • Select font styling
  • Easy, consumer friendly navigation
  • Brand color scheme
  • Professional




Lauren Craig Salon


  • Made with Wix Platform
  • Select font styling
  • Easy, consumer friendly navigation
  • Brand color scheme
  • Custom details
  • Customer wanted a classic feel, incorporating black and white images and animation, simultaneously evoking the modern and welcoming vibe of the business' environment
  • Staff portrait photography by Steph




Mica Knapp Artist


  • Made with Wix Platform
  • Overall clean design to allow artwork to speak
  • Easy navigation





 

AbOUT

Steph is an artist, photographer, and web/graphic designer. Originally from New Jersey, New England also feels like home. More bio enter here :)

STEPH

Steph is an artist, photographer, and web/graphic designer. Originally from New Jersey, New England also feels like home. More bio enter here :)

ART ARCHIVE

Being Human


Human Feels is a series consisting of pure emotional abstract expressionism; each work created with present emotion and/or free creative expression. This series is not yet complete. Included here are the first of the collection. These are on canvas of varying sizes, utilizing mainly acrylic, camera lenses, and more. Confused Contentment Channeling pure emotion and painting straight from feeling. Confused contentment - not exactly sure where the path leads but super happy to be walking it. Created mainly using hands and plastic bags. 24x24 on canvas, acrylic and terra firma. Look Out Voyeuristic charm oozes from this large display. This is pure creative energy, straight from the benevolent abyss. Created using brushes, ziplock bags, knives, rope and hooks. 24x48 acrylic, camera lenses, part of an old metal fence, and a quarter on canvas.




Scrapbook Journal


The Scrapbook Journal project commenced in high school, an assignment for an art class. Taken by it, I continued work on it for a couple of years, using it as a mode of private expression of life events and feelings that came along with them in young adulthood. Included in this portfolio are among my favorite pages, which document experiences from around 2002-2005, ages sixteen to nineteen. These are all within a book on paper, utilizing graphite, photographs, watercolor, ink, and other elements. Inside Free writing in college including recounts from dreams, unconscious processing, and other notes and thoughts. Fish Scene Creative surrealist and realist, graphite on paper. The Glass Slipper Collage, photo, watercolor - a documentation of that time there was marijuana involved, in college. Tattoos Photographs and other collage of friends' tattoos, forming one body from many. Stephanie Says Graphite, print, and duck tape with song lyrics greatly related to - especially at the time. Tornado Free writing (??? I think) in ink, plus collage and details in graphite.




Old Oils


Old Oils are among the very first works I dared to let out onto paper, with zero expectation that anything would flow out of me creatively, as I had stifled myself so intensely. Actually letting myself paint seemed outlandish and useless, suffocated by my perceived failure in being true to myself for so many years – creativity began dripping here like a leaky faucet. These vary in size and utilize graphite, oil pastels, and other. Free Draw One Oil pastel on paper expressing god knows what - pent up something or other. Free Draw Two Oil pastel, charcoal, and graphite on paper. One of the firsts of this series, it was a feeling of ease and freedom in putting color on paper. Tree Pastel and oil pastel on paper. An exploration of using color. STEPh Graphite on paper.




Self Portraits


This self-portrait series is what I expect to be the last of using my direct image as the subject of my work. The first is an expression of freedom in strange territory and ease within innocence. The second is about the gratitude and grounding experience of being smashed into reality, a photo of the aftermath of a life-altering accident that resulted in facial trauma superimposed digitally. The third is a progression, a culmination, of the process of struggles and blessings that press one to flourish and expand. These are all on canvas of varying size, utilizing acrylic, photographs, cardboard, scrap metal, and various other elements. One An innocent and naiive stranger in a strange land, hopeful, standing agast at sheer perceived potential. Based mainly off the photograph backdrop, integrating reality and imagination, utilizing carboard to expand the canvas dimensions, scrap metal, ziplock bags, brushes, and text. 30x40 multimedia acrylic on canvas. Two Based mainly off the photograph background, superimposed digital image of facial trauma, which led to vast amounts of positivity and eyes wide open to the beauty of the mundane. Created using photograph, knife, ziplock bag, text, and cardboard to expand beyond canvas dimensions. 24x30 multimedia acrylic on canvas. Three Progression of growth - born, contrasts of brightness and darkness. If you let it, life can press you to see wonder everywhere with shimmering eyes - in the whole lot. Photographs, frames, rope, torn apart power strip and wires, tiny beads, bark, wires, zip lock bags, brushes, gel medium were used to create it. 24x48 multimedia acrylic on canvas.




Ketchup Series


The Ketchup series is the result of creative constipation. After holding in my love of creative expression in the way of fine arts, the ketchup series was my way of catching up real fast - an explosion, a purge, of all that’s held me back; simultaneously celebrating what has brought me joy, growth, and love. The line between suffering and sickness, love and expansion, is a blur - as all of it has chiseled me into the current state of my existence. Mainly acrylic is used on canvas, as well as cardboard, scrap metal, photographs, tissue paper, buttons, roofing shingles, and more. That's not a tan This began as a portrait of my beloved grandmother. She passed years ago but still lives within me. I spiritually asked her consent to paint over her image, which she agreed to. Her image is gone but her fabulous spirit remains in this landscape. Brushes and wire brushes were used to create this 30 x 30 multimedia acrylic on canvas. Part One The likeness of a woman who was very important to my personal development. The relationship, though strained by various illnesses, grew within me a foundation of understanding, compassion, independence, and self reliance which has served me greatly. Brushes, wire brushes, and cardboard were used to create the effects on this 12 x 24 acrylic on canvas. Part Two Part two, the womb of a woman who was very important to my personal development. The relationship, though strained by various illnesses, grew within me a foundation of understanding, compassion, independence, and self reliance which has served me greatly. Brushes, wire brushes, and cardboard were used to create the effects on this 18 x 24 acrylic on canvas. Hidden Treasure The balance of light and dark is intended to express the great brightness amidst deep darkness of a wreck. A photograph with digital effects, branches, tape, and brushes were used to create this 18 x 24 multimedia acrylic on canvas. Freda Katlo is a tribute to the cat, Fred, named after the Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. His portrait placed inside a rendition of Frida's blue house. A photograph, tissue paper, and brushes were used to create this 24 x 18 multimedia acrylic on canvas.





STEPHANIE JASIENIECKI