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Our imaging empire. 
Your photo & life legacy experience.

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Since 2013

OUR PURPOSE, OUR WHY

To help you enjoy your photos...We are empowered and love what we do when it comes to helping you bring your photos and memorabilia come to life.

  • We want you to enjoy your photos of the past.
  • We want to help you take better photos today
  • We want to educate you on keeping an organized photo library for the future.
     

OUR VISION

To be your most loved and respected personal photo imaging and photo management company.
 

OUR MISSION

We will exist to educate, educate to engage, engage to entertain, entertain to excite, excite to enlighten, enlighten to empower, and empower to enable individuals and communities to value their photographic history, bring photo organizational awareness in hopes to leave a great and memorable photo legacy and amazing life experience story behind.

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A birth certificate shows that you were born. A death certificate shows that you passed away. But photographs shows proof that you’ve lived.
— Anon

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“ Calligraphy is the most intimate, private, and spontaneous expressive means. Like a fingerprint or voice it is unique with every person”.
— German Zapf

 

Empowering Calligraphy

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Life Celebration
Print Design


The funeral helps confirm the reality and finality of death. Provides a climate for mourning and expression of grief. Allows the sorrows of one to become the sorrows of many. Is one of the few times love is given and not expected in return. Is a vehicle for the community to pay its respects. Encourages the affirmation of religious faith. Is a celebration of a life that has been lived as well as a sociological statement that a death has occurred.
— From The Funeral: Ancient Egypt to Present Day America

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“When you photograph people in color, you photograph their clothes. But when you photograph people in black and white, you photograph their souls.
— Ted Grant

 

Black & White
Soul Portraits