Gamut, Web Design and Development

Founded in San Francisco in 2008 by Ian Gordon and Shawn Scott, Gamut is a full-service design & development studio. As our name implies, we have many “specialties”. Through concept, detail, and hands on execution, we deliver a thoughtful and relevant brand experience across platforms. That often includes identity, branding, websites, UX/UI, print & packaging, apps, interiors, events, photo & video, copywriting, advertising and social media.

Aya Brackett, Photography

Aya Brackett was born and raised in a traditional Japanese house in Nevada City, California and is now based in San Francisco. She grew up with two wood stoves, a generator for electricity and a long dirt road. Aya studied at Brown University where she received a dual B.A. in Visual Arts and East Asian Studies, and also studied photography at Rhode Island School of Design and the California College of the Arts. For four years she worked as a photo editor at Dwell Magazine. Her work is now in private collections, the permanent collection of the Crocker Art Museum and can be found in numerous publications including The New York Times Magazine, Dwell, Bon Appetit and Gastronomica. Much of the photography on the Good Food Awards website was generously donated by Aya Brackett.

Gamma Nine, Photography

Gamma Nine is led by principal + photographer, Marc Fiorito. Coming from a marketing and sales background, Marc is a seasoned photographer in a multitude of disciplines with the innate ability to translate marketing campaigns into beautiful imagery.

Sarah Rich, Digital Content Strategist

Sarah Rich is writer, editor and content strategist specializing in new media, design, architecture, food and sustainability. She is a co-founder and editor of 48 Hour Magazine and curator of the new international conversation series, Foodprint Project.

Sarah is a former senior editor at Dwell and former managing editor of Inhabitat and Worldchanging, the award-winning online publication focused on solutions for a sustainable future, where she co-authored and edited the bestselling book, Worldchanging: A User’s Guide for the 21st Century (Abrams, 2006). She is also a founding editor of Civil Eats and writes a regular column about urban farming for Edible San Francisco.