Welcome! I am a highly motivated, energetic, retired library media specialist who has combined a livelong eagerness of learning new technologies with personal hobbies of digital photography, film editing and computer skills.
I have been through training with The Photo Managers, a professional membership organization that provides photo organizers with training, support, and tools to help their communities manage their photos and preserve their lost stories. I’ve also completed training through Pro8mm, a company known worldwide as being Super 8 experts. I know how to properly care for and digitize your aging collection of 8mm, super 8mm and 16mm film. I am a family historian passionate about preserving and sharing family films. Click HERE to see a film clip of my first Christmas. Now, I can help YOU organize your memories by transferring older media such as slides, prints, Super 8 or 8mm home movie film and VHS tapes to digital format. I can help you organize your print or digital photos. Once you have your memories digitized, you will find it is so much easier to share with family and friends by posting online or printing photo books or gifts. Contact me for a free consultation.
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I was born late. My father was 44 when I showed up, unexpected, I might add. On top of that, I had colic, was the last of 4 children and my father had to ask his brother, with his two kids (whom my mom was helping to raise) to move out of the house because there just wasn’t room. He was a hard man to read, he could be very critical and harsh. Yet, I got my love of photography from him. He loved to play around with Super 8 movie film and special effects photography. He had a dark room in our cellar. I ended up going to college for Film & TV. He loved everything technical and would be blown away by where technology is today. He died 30 years ago. Why am I telling you this? Because I inherited all his film, slides, and negatives and I am finally now slowing going through them. What I am discovering is that my father had a playful side and deeply loved his parents, grandparents, wife and daughter (my sister). Most of this media was taken during the late 30’s and 40’s. In addition to the people in the photos, he took many pictures and film of Atlantic City, where he worked. It’s amazing to see the changes. So do NOT just throw out old media, take the time to look it over, invest some money to get it digitized, you may never know what you discover.