I believe in hanging large, beautiful portraits in your home, allowing these moments to be frozen in time and displayed for years to come. Printed and displayed art is quickly becoming lost in our digital age. While some may argue that hanging large portraits in your home of yourself and/or your loved ones is being boastful or showy, I completely disagree. I'd much rather walk into a home filled with large portraits from a wedding, a photo shoot, or a trip rather than a large piece of art found while walking the aisles of a big box store that shares no meaning or significance.
Keepsake art is incredibly near and dear to my heart after finding a box of my grandfather's most treasured memories after he passed away. We found old photographs of him as a boy, him and my grandmother, and photos of my father during his childhood. It has made me nostalgic for those memories to exist in our lives today.
Below, is a selection of handcrafted keepsake art pieces that can be created with your photographs and during your consultation and in-person reveal appointment you'll have an opportunity to hold these products and create versions of your own.
When you fall in love with a collection of photographs it can be difficult to decide on how you'd like to display the images. One of my favorite products to design is an 8x8 Signature Keepsake Album. Each album features 20 pages with 30 photographs from your photo shoot
9 UP WALL GALLERY
The 9 Up Wall Gallery have become a client favorite! Each 9 Up Wall Gallery is 16x24 in size and arrives framed and ready to hang!
Some clients choose to display a handful of their favorite photographs and others choose to display their sport, hobby, or interest photos.
Legacy boxes have become a favorite of mine because the box can grow with you and your family over time. Depending on the number of photographs you choose (6, 10, 25) there may be room to add additional keepsakes, snapshots, and memorbilia from this moment in your life.
FINE ART PRINTS
I believe in hanging large, beautiful portraits in your home, allowing these moments to be frozen in time and displayed for your to enjoy. An art form that is becoming lost with the digital age.