I believe in portraits cased in wooden frames. I believe in frames that enclose images that tell powerful stories – stories of success and accomplishment, families and friendships, first loves and forever loves, and all the other beautiful things in life that are meant to last.
I believe in preserving legacies within the four corners of a picture frame. I believe in displaying images that, many years from now, will remind us of who we were, where we came from, and how far we’ve come.
So that when our children, our grandchildren and our grandchildren’s grandchildren pick up that wooden frame and inquire about the story behind that image, we are able to remember that moment vividly and they, in turn, can almost FEEL the emotion that accompanied that day.
I believe in portraits and I believe in frames.