DRUMROLL PLEASE! After months of planning, designing, tinkering, and (frankly) postponing, I’d finally like to introduce you to the new DIANNE QUE (formerly Hurley Sashimi). I’ll admit, there’s still much to be done, but rather than delay my launch further to achieve some kind of “perfection,” I’ll simply continue to iterate…and perhaps even let you all in on the process.
For this first post, I wanted to properly introduce myself…via stop-motion video, no less. Directed, shot, and edited by my dear friend, Wilfred Galila, this video aims to let you in on the process and spirit behind my products – a brief look at the hands behind the handmade, if you will. Special thanks to Micah Cabebe and Jennifer Montalvo for their help and to Jaymar Cabebe, R.J. Lozada, and the Bayanihan Community Center for lending me a vehicle, camera, and bench, respectively.
This week, I’ll be talking a little more about the process behind naming, branding, and designing the new look for my biz. So, stop by again soon to get the inside scoop (better yet, subscribe to my feed).
Thanks so much for your support throughout this process. I appreciate your comments, feedback, and questions as I continue to tinker.