Give the Gift of Photo Organizing
Who doesn’t feel that it would be great to have family photos organized, easy to access, and easy to share?
But the thought of taking on this project can feel overwhelming.
Now, you can help someone you love get started. Give a gift certificate to a small group class or private consultation with a professional photo organizer.
Know someone who would benefit from a photo organizing session?
Working with a Certified Photo Manager, your gift recipient will learn a proven, 5-step process that will help them collect and organize their printed photos and digital files. With the lessons learned in the class and the valuable tools provided, they will feel less intimidated and ready to begin.
Choose from a small group class or a private consultation. Each is 1-hour, live, and online–and taught by a professional photo organizer.
Plus, your gift includes seven useful tools and valuable resource guides including a free copy of the book “Photo Organizing Made Easy – Going from Overwhelmed to Overjoyed” by Cathi Nelson, founder of The Photo Managers.
And, they’ll get the opportunity to have all their questions answered by an expert, someone who can also work alongside them (yes, even remotely!) or do the project for them for an additional fee, if they wish.
Small Group Class
Class Size: 3 – 5 people
Schedule a day and time that’s convenient.
Private Consultation & Help Session
Class Size: 1 person
Schedule a day and time that’s convenient.
Why you'll be happy you purchased this session...
Most people we talk to feel that they cannot put a monetary value on the photos they possess. Photos represent your life story and in many cases, a family’s history and legacy. Organizing them, preserving them, and sharing them is one of the most valuable gifts you can give as a gift (or to yourself and your family).
Plus, it will always be easy to take a quiet moment — from time to time — to relive amazing family memories by flipping through the photos of one’s life.
Purchasing a session as a gift – and helping your “giftee” take this first simple step — will make them feel more empowered and confident to take on their photo organizing challenge. They’ll see how others have tackled the process and learn ways to move forward–by yourself or with the help of a Photo Manager to complete the project. And you will be on your way to having your most important photos at your fingertips to make super thoughtful gifts, create themed albums, and share memories with friends and family.
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Meet the Photo Managers who lead our Photo Organizing Sessions
Certified Photo Managers provide expert help
Certified Professionals pass rigorous screening by The Photo Managers, the world’s leading educational community in the rapidly growing field of photo management. Certified Photo Managers complete in-depth training classes, achieving 95% or greater on each class exam, and provide client documentation and references before earning their designation.
Allison W. Freedman
Allison is a Certified Photo Manager with a background in law and photography. After organizing and managing millions of documents as a lawyer and over 100,000 photos of her own, she now helps individual and business clients take control of their photos and videos so that they can find their photos quickly and easily and enjoy their memories again. Allison works with each client to create a customized plan that enables her clients to focus on what is important to them.
Charissa is a Certified Photo Manager with a background in Human Resources. She’s lived in The Woodlands, TX with her husband and three children for over 20 years. Charissa discovered early on that photos tell a story, and sharing those stories leads to deeper connections and stronger relationships. She combines her passion for preserving memories with a deep desire to have ALL THE THINGS organized to help others do the same.
Kimberly is a Certified Photo Manager. Her background is in project management and marketing with an emphasis on storytelling. She has always been her family’s historian and enjoys helping others organize and preserve their family stories to share with future generations. Kimberly works closely with each client to understand their personal goals and creates a plan that meets their needs. She feels that each client is unique, and her job is to help them tell their own visual story.