We’re proud to work with so many distinguished clients, especially when we see them lending their expertise and time to the greater good of New York City.
Recently, renowned photographer and author Melanie Dunea, with whom Pixafy worked with to build her My Last Supper website, donated her time and talents to the Food Bank for New York City, helping them to develop their latest ad campaign “Hunger is Not Welcome Here.” Dunea beautifully captured some of The Food Bank’s most well-known supporters, including Academy Award winner Susan Sarandon, celebrity chef Mario Batali, and Kevin Bacon, just to name a few, to shine a light on the problem of hunger in New York. (more…)
Pixafy client Melanie Dunea is always up to something fun and interesting. Whether it be talking to chefs and celebrities about their last supper, hosting a fundraiser for those affected by Sandy, or sharing her experiences on Twitter, she’s always got something exciting in motion, and puts herself out there a bit while doing it. (more…)
Melanie Dunea, the creator, author and photographer for the My Last Supper book series and website, was deeply affected by the effects of Superstorm Sandy. She volunteered her time to document some of the amazing work the Food Bank of New York City does. But she decided to take things a step further. (more…)
We’re big fans of Melanie Dunea and her work, which made it a thrill when we had the chance to build her new site for My Last Supper, which launched in tandem with her second book, ”My Last Supper: The Next Course,” last fall.
One exciting part about her site is the addition of video episodes of the series, where she sits down with chefs and celebrities alike to discuss what they would enjoy if they only had one more meal on earth. It’s a great concept, and leads to fascinating discussions. (more…)