Tag Archives: photography

Canty Lutz Delaquis Grant launches site

We are pleased to announce the launch of Saint John law firm Canty Lutz Delaquis Grant’s web site.

Canty Lutz Delaquis Grant web site screenshot

Following the established aesthetic of CLDG‘s brand, Tantramar Interactive Inc. designed cldglaw.com to be clean and professional, fast and user-friendly.

The fully-bilingual site — which features portrait photography and Flash animation by Tantramar Interactive — makes it easy to get to know CLDG‘s friendly and experienced team.

Heritage Week Poster and Web Site

Heritage New Brunswick has selected a 360-degree photograph by Tantramar Interactive’s Christopher Mackay for use on their Heritage Week 2005 web siteposter and planning kit.

Heritage Week Poster | QuickTime VR photography by Tantramar Interactive Inc.

Heritage Week, which runs from February 14–21, 2005, has a theme this year of ‘Celebrating Our Built Heritage’. The planning kit and poster feature a full-colour photograph of the interior of Fort Beauséjour National Historic Site in Aulac, New Brunswick.

Heritage New Brunswick’s web page also features an interactive QuickTime VR version of the 360-degree photograph.

David Hawkins Praises Campaign Materials

On CBC Radio Moncton’s Mainstreet today, Hawk Communications founder David Hawkins had high praise for Tantramar PC candidate Peter Mesheau’s marketing materials, which were prepared by Tantramar Interactive.

Screenshot of Peter Mesheau's official campaign web site

Peter’s advertising is excellent. In fact, in my view it’s the best political advertising I’ve ever seen and I say that partly because it honors the reader. It assumes that the reader is an intelligent individual and I think that’s smart, personally.

said Hawkins.

Tantramar Interactive produced newspaper ads, a full-colour fold-out insert and a web site for Mesheau’s campaign. It was a real team effort involving strategy, copywriting, photography, design and layout.

[The Hon. Peter Mesheau was re-elected by a comfortable margin on June 9th, 2003.]

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