I’ve been thrilled to have gotten a chance to work with Caleb’s wife, Laura, on a really cool project we’re calling, Found Frames. I’m constantly wanting to improve how our client’s images are preserved and presented in final form. We have worked really hard in the past few years to better our album process, and now we are contemplating the best way to approach framed photographs. At our annual staff retreat, we settled on the idea of restoring and preserving found frames, and ultimately presenting them to our clients in a complementing sets. The photographs could be a mixture of images A Bryan Photo has taken from your wedding as well as images from other events (e.g. your parent’s wedding).
We decided to start the Found Frames project on our own walls in the studio. Laura scoured flea markets, estate sales, and antique shops for beautiful frames. She then worked on each frame. Some required new glass and matting, while others just needed to be repainted. She then arranged and hung the frames.
We are excited about this new offering and would love to discuss it with any client who may be interested.