DON'T LET YOUR PHOTOS DIE ON A HARD DRIVE

Too many photos exist solely on hard drives these days. Weddings are re-lived on little screens as people mindlessly click through images while Facebook notifications distract them and pull them away from their memories.

When was the last time you got to hold a photo in your hand and really experience it in a tangible way? Have you ever been able to look through your parents or grandparents wedding albums with them, slowly flipping through pages and listening to their stories? 

There's something truly magical about holding a giant, heavy, tactile album in your hands and getting to touch and feel the images on the page before you. We interact with photos differently when they are printed. Studies have shown that people actually spend almost twice as long looking at a printed image than a digital image. There's nothing quite like sitting on a couch with someone you love, snuggling up with a warm cup of tea or glass of wine, and getting to nostalgically re-live one of the biggest days of your life in printed book. It's a completely different experience than quickly flipping through photos on a device.

My mom made me albums of my entire childhood. If my house was burning down, those photo albums would be among the first things I grabbed because they hold memories that I simply can't get back. I LOVE getting to sit down and flip back through old photos, and that's an experience I want to be able to share with you.

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"HOLY SH*T THAT'S A NICE BOOK"

I really believe in the power of print, so I offer the absolute top-of-the-line wedding albums that are available today. Every page has rich, bold colors, printed on incredibly thick, lay-flat pages that are leather-bound to last for generations. These are not the photo books you get from Walgreens. When my fiancé first saw my albums arrive in the mail, the first words out of his mouth were "Holy Sh*t."  These books make a BIG impression. They might cost a little more than your average book, but they will last much, much longer too.

WE WANT ONE. HOW DOES THE PROCESS WORK?

Awesome! Here's how my album process works!

Step one: Either book a collection that includes an album credit, or purchase an album a la carte!

Step two: I take photos. We have an amazing time. Memories are made. Life is good.

Step three: I'll edit the photos and design an album based on my expertise as a photographer. I'll choose photos that I think tell your story best. I won't limit the album to a specific number of spreads or pictures, I'll just design it to tell your story the best way possible.

Step four: We'll have a meeting! Either in person or on Skype. We'll catch up on life and I'll share the album design with you, plus send you the online gallery of all the finished photos! Yay!

Step five: Once you see the album, we can make changes! You can add, delete or replace photos, and decide if you want to add extra spreads or cut a few of them down. This is when you will decide on the final number of spreads you want, and pay for any upgrades! I just need to know the final number of spreads you want by the end of the meeting.

Step six: I'll send you the final album design, and once you approve it I'll ship it off to get printed! It usually takes about one month to make it.

Step seven: Sit down together to look through your gorgeous book! Don't forget the tissues and a bottle of champagne!

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
 

What is your pricing? 

I charge $1200 for a 12x12, $1000 for a 10X10 or $800 for a 8x8 album. Each includes 10 spreads. Each additional spread is $100.

What the heck is a spread?

A spread is when you open a book and see two pages laying flat. I charge per spread because I believe it's more fair than charging per photo. You can fit a lot of photos on one spread if you want, OR you can print one BIG photo and make a huge impact. A good album has a mix of both to tell the story.

You photographed my wedding a few years back, can I get an album now?

Yep! I'd be happy to make one for you! Just email me!

What type of paper are the photos printed on?

Archival photographic lustre paper! It's not too shiny but not too matte. The true Goldilocks of paper.

What color covers do you offer?

I offer a variety of colors but recommend Camel, Chai, Latte, Charcoal or Storm. 

More questions? Just contact me! I'd be happy to explain everything over the phone!