Yikes! All those old family pictures! Now what?
They tell some rich stories. But how to find and organize them?
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Many of your legacy stories have already been recorded in old printed pictures and in digital images. Problem is, our old photos are fading away in closets, shoe boxes and albums, while our digital pictures are getting impossible to manage. What to do?
Join Robb Lucy’s conversation with Cathi Nelson, Founder of the Association of Personal Photo Organizers (APPO). You’ll learn practical tips and advice on how to turn photo-chaos into organized, and visual, legacy stories.
Cathi says that 1.7 trillion printed photos still languish in boxes and containers, rich with stories and traditions waiting to be shared and enjoyed. With 10 billion digital photos taken monthly, it’s crucial to keep these photos organized in order to preserve the family stories.
Cathi founded APPO as an answer to the growing need for assistance to organize all those digital and printed photos, media and memorabilia.
Today, APPO has grown to hundreds of members throughout the world. As a pioneer of the growing photo organizing industry, Cathi has spoken in various industry conferences and has been featured in the New York Times, The Atlantic Magazine, Wall Street Journal and Better Homes and Gardens.
Get ready to finally enjoy all those pictures… and the stories that come with them!
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Thank you Cathi for giving our listeners some great takeaways!