I believe in preserving your most precious memories. For today, for tomorrow, and for generations to come. In today's digital age, we take more pictures than ever. Even with that fact, an astonishing number of people have no permanent record of their memories. According to The Professional Photographers of America, a staggering 53 percent of consumers have not printed a photo in more than 12 months, 70 percent do not have photo albums, and 42 percent no longer print photos at all.
Technology comes and goes, changing so rapidly that photos taken just 5 to 6 years ago may be stored on devices that are no longer supported. Remember floppy disks? Do you have images stored on digital media that you either can't access, or simply never take the time to look at? Do you want to entrust your most precious memories to online storage and social media? Printed photographic art leaves a legacy to be enjoyed today and years into the future. When your photographs are displayed as art in your home, it serves as a constant visual reference back to a specific memory, a feeling, a point in time already passed. Touch them. See them. Relieve the moments they capture.
Without printed photographs, our generation and those after us, will look back decades from now and wonder what happened to the photographs of our family histories - childhood memories, family portraits, family gatherings, and vacations with loved ones. Your loved ones won't be with us forever. Be sure to leave a legacy of memories for the generations to come.
I will work with you to bring treasured art into your home: for your walls, your office desk or bookshelf, or your family room coffee table. Each print product is of heirloom quality, perfectly designed to blend beautifully into your home. As a professional photographer, I maintain relationships with print labs that are as meticulous about their work as I am. I will design individual pieces and collections sized and grouped to enhance their impact and beauty, as well as your home. This combination of personal design and careful finishing ensures a truly worthwhile final product.
Photographer Bryan Caporicci sums the sentiment up beautifully in this short video - Photography is best enjoyed in print: