Testimonials - Photo Organization, Restoration and More

Rachel has created several photo albums – capturing our most precious memories over the past several years. Rachel’s albums tell a story – pictures annotated with meaningful text – surrounded by beautiful colors – each creatively and uniquely designed. The final albums are always of top notch quality – all of which are proudly displayed on our coffee table. Rachel is the absolute best!
– Barry R.

Great orientation session… Excited to work with Rachel.
– Debra F.

Rachel scanned my photos so that I could use them in a photo book project. She uploaded them to Dropbox, so that I could use them right away. She showed me examples of her very professional projects. She’s personable, professional, timely and helpful. Great experience.
– Cathie T.

Due to our project with you…I was forced to review my/our entire life in photos while overlapping with the complex change and goodbyes in our lives with our move. At times the emotions were overwhelming and yet as I continued with both ventures…there was an amazing satisfaction and familiarity with my task. I thank you for your kind-gentle support and encouragement as I believe I/we would never have attempted going thru our myriad of photos with anyone else. It was your unique personality that guided me and gave me the courage to plunder onward.

I have no regrets…only gratitude to my sweet Mim for recommending you and to you for our brief and intimate connection.
Once I get settled and begin my new life I will revisit some of my goals with our photos…but I could not leave without thanking you!
– Kim W.

 

When I found out I was expecting my first child, the responsibility of properly preserving old family photos suddenly felt even more urgent—and daunting! I was adamant about not wanting to mail or hand over my photos to some random scanning service when a professional organizer recommended Rachel as a great local resource.

When Rachel came to my home she efficiently set about unearthing the many boxes of photos throughout the house and setting up a workspace. She then very patiently guided me through the process of deciding how I wanted to organize my photos. I really appreciated how she treated my not-so-well-kept memorabilia as if it were her own. After our sorting session, she expertly scanned my collection into searchable electronic files. I can now access any image or series of photos in minutes! I am so relieved to have tackled this project. Rachel was fun, professional and very good at keeping me focused. I recommend her service to anyone faced with sorting through and preserving decades, generations, or even simply baby’s first year. Now that everything is organized, I can finally get around to printing and displaying some of my favorite photos and I know Rachel has a lot of creative ideas for that as well!
– Mary T.

 

I purchased Rachel’s services as an anniversary gift for my parents. A lifetime of photos were stuffed in half a dozen boxes and Rachel helped us organize them all. This was no small feat as Rachel had to convince my mom to part with many duplicates–something she does not do easily! We purged nearly half and filed the rest in a system that allows us to easily find a photo from any year. Rachel’s services were invaluable and the neatly filed photos would not be possible without her help. Her enthusiasm and easy-going personality made what could have been a frustrating task enjoyable. I plan to use family photos at my upcoming wedding reception and am so relieved that 25 years worth of photos are at my fingertips.
– Meredith L.

 

Very professional and an asset to any organization.
– Ann T.

She is organized, personable, and patient. I refer people to her all the time.
– Sheila Z.

Some time ago my wife and I took a trip to Province and, naturally, we had taken a lot of snapshots. Although our pictures were stored in a pocket-type scrapbook, we wanted something more enduring. I noted a “ScrapMyPix” advertisement and gave Rachel Jenkins a call. It didn’t take long before she had beautifully copied each photo onto a CD, so that we could view them easily on our computer. That wasn’t all. We were translating a WWII memoir that was first published in Polish in 1948. Our publisher required high-quality copies of  illustrations from the original book, and Rachel did the job. We couldn’t have been more pleased. The memoir, “Shavelings in Death Camps” by Fr. Henryk Maria Malak, will be published by McFarland this fall, and you can be sure we’ve thanked Rachel in our Preface.
– Tom Tucker