Off your device and into your life!


This winter, I want to put some of our holiday and personal photographs into books. Real life, paper, page turning books! Artifact Uprising is a company that does an amazing job at this. I love their mission:

LEAVE A LEGACY / we believe in the story that is archived for future generations. we believe in moving stories off our computers…and into our lives.

I think it’s one of the greatest tragedies when your photographs are sitting on your computer’s hard drive, or on a folder inside Facebook. Like anyone, I love a bit of screen time! And I love Instagram. But I still believe your personal photographs deserve a little more credit.


It’s really nice to have photographs in your home that remind you of the happy/joyful/best day of your life moments. Not only that, having your photographs displayed inject much needed life and character in your home.

I thought it would be fun to show you how I display some of my own personal photographs in our apartment.



I’m not saying I’m the best (by ANY means) at this, but I know it’s important so I’m trying to improve.

Our framed photographs are by Leah Kua.

Have a peek into the beautiful Queensberry fine art wedding albums I design for my brides and grooms here!

  1. Annie V

    July 3rd, 2014 at 12:08 pm

    Gorgeous! One of my fave ways to display a photo is to blow it up into an engineering print (only works for black and white photos) like A0 or A1 size, mod podge it onto some cheap insulation board and hey presto. Extra large art for an empty wall :) though I should get round to making our 2013 album now… takes ages but so worth it!! Xoxo

  2. Amber Hollins

    July 3rd, 2014 at 12:44 pm

    Gorgeous Kate! And very inspiring x

  3. Maree Wilkinson

    July 3rd, 2014 at 2:04 pm

    Beautiful Kate, how lucky to have such beautiful memories captured by Leah Kua, love the way you have displayed them – the polaroid wall is very cool.

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