Who is Farland Lee Online Marketing?
Farland Lee Online Marketing is the husband and wife team of Matthew Lee and Asheley Farland. Located in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, the pair bring a diverse and valuable set of skills to every web design and development project. At Farland Lee Online Marketing we are dedicated to providing our clients with value-added services that help them to grow their business.
Matthew’s unique blend of technical knowledge, a marketing background and entrepreneurial business experience make him a unique asset to any business looking to improve their online marketing efforts. Prior to starting Farland Lee Online Marketing with his wife, Asheley, Matthew co-founded and acted as the marketing director for Teton Heritage Builders for 8 years. During that time, Matthew and his partner and brother, Peter Lee, grew the company from nothing to a $30 million per year, 100+ person organization with offices in two states.
After much consideration, Matthew decided to leave Teton Heritage Builders to pursue a life long passion for computer software development. A passion that started in the second grade when Matthew wrote his first simple games in Basic on a TRS-80 computer. His passion grew through high school and college where Matthew studied and programmed in numerous computer languages. It also continued during Matthew’s time with Teton Heritage Builders where he built his first website in 1996 and finally culminating in the formation of Farland Lee Studios in 2009. Connect with Matthew on Google+.
Asheley started studying photography and developing her own black and white film and prints when in the fifth grade. Through elementary and high school she worked with a local photographer who taught her, critiqued her work, and let Asheley use her darkroom. After college, Asheley studied at the International Center of Photography in New York, New York and she interned with world renown, celebrity photographer George Holz. Asheley then continued her studies by taking the National Geographic Travel Photo Workshop at Maine Media Workshops. Afterward, she interned on a number of occasions for the late National Geographic Photographer, Theo Westenberger. Since that time she has shown photos in many local shows and continues to hone her craft while raising a family. Matthew and Asheley have 4 daughters.