Santa Fe Unlimited: About Us
About WEBWORKS UNLIMITED: As two artists (and cousins!) who came together in 1999 to establish WebWorks Unlimited, we bring years of experience from both the fine art and commercial graphics fields. These two diverse styles dovetail beautifully within the medium of high tech digital design, elevating website imagery to a whole new art form. We greatly enjoy our work and wish to be of service to those looking to establish or enhance their online presence and image. We are enthusiastic about designing and building websites for individuals and small (or large) businesses who are seeking something original, fresh and extremely functional. We build websites that work. Our unique design style is almost impossible to find elsewhere. And the good news is our high-quality work is also very affordable in comparison to that of other available web design services. We work closely with you to develop your vision into an original and captivating website design, assuring that your internet presence will totally embrace your style and image. WebWorks Unlimited is not your ordinary design company. With us, your design experience is like a visit to a candy store, where colors, textures and patterns combine into a kaleidoscope of imagery that is a delight to the senses. We love what we do, and that guarantees the whole process is simple, friendly and fun. | About SANTA FE UNLIMITED. As long time residents of Santa Fe, New Mexico, we recently fulfilled a life-long dream by relocating further north to the Taos area. But Santa Fe Unlimited was the vision that first presented itself to us (with Taos Unlimited following soon after). Our realization was that this wonderful place is not adequately and fully represented on the internet in a way that can satisfy the global interest in The City Different. Creating an online experience which captures time and place has long been an avocation for both of us. Fascinated by the potential of the internet, in the mid-90s we took a leap of faith and started building websites dedicated to rock icons John Lennon and Jim Morrison. Little did we know we were jumping into a whole new, limitless reality. Based on our decade of creative experience on the world wide web, we believe that the internet provides a platform for freedom of expression unheralded in contemporary society. On the internet you are literally the master of your the truest sense of the word. The potential for global communication is astounding – and it is all at your fingertips. Santa Fe Unlimited is our newest internet adventure (launched in 2006). This website serves as an online portal for the greater Santa Fe community and the enhancement of commercial potential for all those who participate. But it goes much further than that: Santa Fe Unlimited is the quintessential online destination for all things Santa colorful and unique as The City Different itself. Ladyjean brings a wealth of artistic experience to Santa Fe Unlimited. After 10 years in the commercial graphics field, Jean switched gears and became a freelance writer in 1977. With writing credits ranging from The Santa Fe Reporter to the Sunday New York Post, she has covered a wide array of assignments (from travel/tourist features to celebrity interviews and articles on entertainers such as Yoko Ono, Jeff Bridges and Robin Williams). While living in San Francisco (in close proximity to Silicon Valley) Jean began working with the Macintosh computer in early 1984 (shortly after its inception), using the newly developed art of desktop publishing to self-publish two local entertainment magazines. In 1996, she made the transition to online work, developing and designing websites. Her diverse writing and editing skills coupled with her intensive graphic arts background have given her a well-rounded sensibility for website design and development. With 30 years of varying artistic endeavors behind her, she best describes her current profession as “Website Content Specialist.”

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Laciefae brings a multi-media art background to Santa Fe Unlimited. As one of the first female recording engineers and producers in New York City, she worked alongside some of the greatest jazz and pop artists of the time. From Earl Hines to Gerry Mulligan, Steely Dan to The Police (and many more), she was privileged to facilitate the artistic process of these great musical artists. During this time, she taught audio engineering at the New School, and studied photography at the the School of Visual Arts. In the mid-80s, Aimee left New York and the music industry behind to pursue her own creative life, attending The Institute of American Indian Arts and finishing up at The San Francisco Art Institute on full merit scholarships. Upon returning to New Mexico, Aimee worked in textile and fiber arts. During this time, she was commissioned to create two handmade books for inclusion in prestigious national art shows, as well as showing her unique textile and mixed media work in several galleries. In 1996, Aimee started working in computer graphics, and her first website project soon followed. She brings over twenty years experience producing art and graphics in a broad spectrum of genres, including LP album art production, periodicals production, illustration, photography and fine art to her website designs.

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View of Taos Canyon

Wildflowers in our garden

vintage jack rabbit postcard
Juno is Jean’s red hound-dog mix. He was adopted from the Santa Fe Animal Shelter and has enjoyed many walks with Jean, exploring the city from the Santa Fe River to the downtown Plaza. He’s a trusted, loyal companion, winning the hearts of all who meet him.

Sadie is Aimee’s tortoise shell cat. Casually known around the house as “Lil’ Gal,” Sadie shares Aimee’s passion for northern New Mexico bird-watching. Between naps she enjoys taking a stroll through whatever craft project is currently on the work table.

Joaquin is welcomed into the family!Joaquin is Jean

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