This week we continue the theme of recognizing those that have been instrumental in helping us get the business up and running. This week we’ll thank and recognize 3 people you will unlikely see on the property, but that doesn’t mean you don’t see their work…
Every business needs a logo. It represents the identity one wants to project. It is something both prospective customers and current customers can relate to. So, we turned to a family friend of 30+ years – Elizabeth Dziersk.
For over 20 years, Elizabeth has been helping businesses large & small. Elizabeth specializes in logo & brand identity design. Her graphic design work entails communicating an idea or concept visually along with leveraging typography, color, images, shapes, photography and other design elements to bring a story to life.
Elizabeth manages and coordinates graphic design projects from concept through completion and has successfully delivered projects for The Waldorf Astoria Hotel, Chicago Botanic Garden, University of Chicago and the Illinois Institute of Technology. She has many clients close to her home in Winnetka Illinois (just north of Chicago) including restaurants, florists and spas. Now you know who is behind that classy Cavallo Equestrian Center logo!
Robert Guss is a web developer with 14+ years of experience working in the high-technology industry. His digital agency Design.Simple helps small businesses and non-profits more effectively reach and increase the number of clients they reach. Robert does this with custom web design, search engine optimization, digital marketing and e-commerce techniques. He currently lives in Rhode Island with his wife Grace. They are expecting their first child in March 2018. To learn more about Robert’s business, check out his website: https://designsimple.io
Steve Van Seters
Steve is a former software executive who led the development of complex software systems primarily in the telecommunications market. His passion for photography now occupies a majority of his time as he travels the world capturing people and places with a history. Steve’s wife Andrea owns 2 horses so hanging around a horse property is not new for Steve. His first visit to “check things out” at Cavallo resulted in a several hour visit with lots of great photos. This allowed us to replace the stock photography we used when we originally launched the web site. Steve plans to stop by year-round enabling us to refresh the web site with new photos and provide you with an ever-changing look into what’s happening at the property.
Next week we’ll be hearing from one of our trainers – Lauren Stevens.