Last month, we were looking at StickyAlbum viewing stats and noted an album that had been viewed over 600 times. Naturally we were interested in hearing more about it so we contacted the album’s creators, Dana and Spencer Rogers from Edenhurst Studio in Chicago.
We learned that the StickyAlbum contained images from a Mad Men inspired engagement session that is absolutely fantastic.
In talking to Dana and Spencer, it became clear that they know how to sell wall art. By working closely with their clients from the very beginning, they conceptualize one of a kind sessions and then create a collection that can be hung in the clients home and enjoyed for generations.
“The collection tells the story of the day but also of this time in their life…it’s a gift, a treasure.”
To hear more about their Mad Men inspired session, how they sell wall art and utilize StickyAlbums to meed their client’s desire to have digital files and use an incredibly well designed and high quality print piece to reach both old and new clients, watch their video interview.
Show what you Sell:
Notice the details these images below taken from their press printed direct mail piece: they are showcasing the end result – printed artwork hanging in their clients homes. This further builds their brand, and attracts the type of customer who is looking for more than a disc with digital images.
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Dana and Spencer Rogers of Edenhurst Studio are professionally trained and renowned commercial and fine art family photographers who began their careers with celebrity photo shoots (Billy Bob Thorton, Sugar Ray’s Mark McGrath and Henry Rollins) while also working on national advertising campaigns for several Fortune 500 companies including Coca-Cola, SC Johnson, Walgreens and McDonald’s.
Dana graduated from the esteemed Art Center College of Design in Pasadena California and Spencer honed his photography skills at the Art Institute in Florence, Italy. After falling in love and getting married in 2005, their career path, along with their lives, happily changed with the birth of their only son, Cash. Seeing the opportunity to share their talents with families searching for unique ways to capture their most important and special memories, Edenhurst Studio was born.
Using their extensive professional, commercial and story telling photographic expertise, Dana and Spencer began to help families here and abroad capture their most personal stories through their lenses. Edenhurst Studio has had the rewarding opportunity to work with their clients, together creating not only truly outstanding photographs but priceless and precious works of art.
Edenhurst Studio’s philosophy and mission is to help families capture those moments and memories that go by all too fast.
Dana and Spencer’s studio is located in Chicago’s South Loop but often prefer to travel to locations to best accommodate their client’s needs.