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About Caren Osborne

I believe in the importance of preserving and sharing your photos and their stories so that they can be enjoyed now and so that your legacy is preserved forever.

As a certified photo manager, I have a passion for helping people preserve, protect and share their photos and the stories that go with those photos.  I started creating scrapbooks and photo albums when I was around 10 years old and have been dubbed the family photo historian by my mother and  sister.   Today I work primarily with baby boomers and seniors to assist them with organizing their printed and digital photos, digitizing paper photos, and creating custom family history and special occasion photo books.  I am committed to serving my clients with compassion and understanding and providing excellent customer service.  My greatest joy is making my clients happy and sharing their delight knowing that their photos are available to enjoy with family and friends and will be preserved for future generations to enjoy as well.

I am a mother, a grandmother, a daughter, a sister and a friend. I live near Chapel Hill, NC and have lived and traveled all over the United States and several foreign countries. I love spending time with my grandchildren, creating photo books for myself and my family, gardening, needlecrafts, and enjoying the outdoors.

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Certifications

Caren is a certified Professional Photo Manager and member of The Photo Managers (formerly the Association of Professional Photo Organizers (APPO), a membership association that trains, supports and provides industry tools to its members. It also equips its members to rescue, manage, organize and save your photos allowing you to easily find, preserve and share your stories. Caren has also been the Conference Coordinator for their annual conferences for the past seven years.

Code of Ethics

Best Practices

Education

  • Brandeis University – Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Early Childhood Education
  • Georgetown University – Master of Arts in Sociology with a specialty in Demography
  • Rensselaer Polytechnic University / Hartford Graduate Center – Master of Arts in Business Administration
  • St. Joseph University – Graduate Certificate in Gerontology