I served as Creative Director on this fascinating project to rebrand and create an unconventional online experience for the estate of Hollywood photographer John R. Hamilton. Hamilton photographed stars from the 1940s through the 90s, with his career peaking as an on-set photographer shooting behind-the-scenes during the Golden Age of Hollywood. He was also known for his intimate portraits of celebrities from Clint Eastwood to Michael Jackson, often in their own homes, and his work on the set of Westerns through his relationships with John Ford and John Wayne. The custodians of his archive wanted to create an online exhibition of his work that could be used as a marketing tool to reach gallerists, publications, decorators, historians, and fans, wrapped in an elevated visual presentation that could attract fine art institutions. My team culled several fascinating collections of photos from his expansive archive, created a new visual identity that read as both refined and cinematic, and built an unconventional website with content as dramatic and engaging as his photographs. View the final site at johnhamiltoncollection.com.