Products

^Completely Awesome Albums^

Offering photography products is important to me for a number of reasons, but the biggest is that I want you to have badass stuff.  Physical things that you get to look at every day, that you can show people easily, that you can touch and feel, that brings you back to the moment the images were taken.

Personally, I would much rather bring out my physical album, a conversation piece, than try to bring up images on a computer screen to show friends & family.

As such, it took me a long time to pick out what type of products I wanted to offer.  And in the end, I picked products that not only complement my and my clients’ style, but that I would absolutely love to have in my own home.

—WALL ART—

All my wall art pieces ship straight to you from the lab, and come ready to hang, so it’s super easy to get your art unwrapped and up on your walls!

Prints on Wood

My favorite thing about the prints on wood is that the printing method doesn’t use white ink!  This means that wherever there is a lighter shade, like a wedding dress, the wood grain comes through, lending a soft vintage look to the print.

It also features a coating to protect it from moisture and damage.

Framed Prints

These aren’t your grandma’s frames.  {And I say this as someone whose grandmother was a professional framer.}  The lab I use for most of my products uses eco-friendly and sustainable methods in all of their offerings, and I’m proud to partner with them.

Instead of the traditional black or gold thin frames, these frames are made from reclaimed barn wood, and the print itself features a torn edge detail to match the rustic feeling of the frame.  There’s a floating mat, meaning the museum-grade acrylic is unencumbered by anything in-between, meaning you can see through to the wall behind, resulting in a classic & rustic look.

 

Metal Prints

I’m completely obsessed with brightly colored and landscape images on metal!  It’s out of this world, with a depth and colors that are even richer than on regular prints.

The print is transferred onto a thing sheet of aluminum, and is the same method that was used when photography was first invented!  Remember something called “tintype”?  Same thing!

Images coming soon!

—ALBUMS—

Guys, I adore these albums.  They’re printed using windmill power, for god’s sake!  12×12 is the perfect size for a wedding album, and 8×8 is great for engagements and other portrait sessions.  It’s a good size for a coffee table book or to keep on the shelf, and smaller images aren’t lost!

The cover is ivory, with a texture akin to recycled paper, the pages are press-printed, and the books are hand-bound. The pages are thick, and there is no gutter or “hump” in the middle of the book, so images that stretch across both side of the page remain uninterrupted!

My album design is free-flowing, minimalist, and focuses on the favorite images from the day.  It comes standard with 10 spreads {left + right page}, but most couples tend to add pages to keep all of their favorites in the album!

 

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