Just design holiday cards? Huh? Oh, it’s so much more than that.
This past year we’ve introduced the Silverbox Experience.
What is this you ask?
Here’s an sample of one fantastic Experience. A holiday card enlarged into a five foot canvas print! Of course it’s altered to match the playroom. We’re all about custom, remember?
It’s marathon weekend at Silverbox. We’ll be designing with smiles this Saturday and running the miles on Sunday. Here’s wishing you a weekend full of determination.
Thinking of all the Veterans on this very special day, and my grandfather, who served in WWII. (fellow on the right). This man left me with so much resolve, I will forever be indebted.
Here’s a personalized gift for the holidays. It’s a customized print with a last name and address. Perfect for a foyer or entrance way. We can accommodate to any size. Contact the studio to inquire about your Home Sweet Home print.
We are overjoyed to receive our holiday card samples, so we dressed a few up for a little photo session. Yes, we are already in holiday mode here at the studio, and getting ready to send out the cutest little care package of card samples to our affiliate photographers. We look forward to sprinkling a little magic around the country (heck, the world) with you again this year.
Interested in viewing our complete collection? Feel free to visit www.shopsilverbox.com.
As in any industry we are bound by a sort of kinship with others like us. As a photographer we feel such a strong connection with artists like ourselves, near and far. We may meet at a conference or workshop and become life long friends. We may never meet, but find more of a connection than with a nearby acquaintance. While I’ve never met Jennifer Burgess Thompson, a photographer, she’s a little like family to me. One thing I’ve learned is that the photography industry has a bond, for there are truly no words.
In place of my tgif post today, I’m honoring Jen. She was diagnosed last August with aggressive ovarian cancer at age 36. The day after she got the news, she gathered up her two young sons, some friends and her husband and drove to Mt. Bachelor and made a movie.
Jen passed away this morning and I’m pretty darn sure if the photography industry could jump on a plane to be together in memory of her, they would. Rest in peace, sweet Jen. You were and always will be an inspiration to all.