I came to Debbie because creating this digital book was “too mind boggling for me to straighten out. [I] had a book made for my father’s 70th year going to MN boy’s hockey trouranment. It was a special book for people to sign and remember our times there. Debbie was easy to work with and gave good options and suggestions.”
I was actually too busy to learn how to put a digital scrapbook together for my students. Parents really liked the photos and text from the People to People experiences. Students enjoyed the books as well. I liked the memories created from the digital scrapbooks. Debbie is very talented and does an outstanding job.
It was a beautiful end product. My husband loved his gift. It will be something we will all cherish forever!
Debbie Schott is a great person to work with. She has always been very helpful in what ever I’ve needed. I cannot say enough praise about Debbie or the company. We…are very impressed with the family book.
Debbie is the best! She has helped me so much and I have made a lot of progress with 30 plus years of photos that were everywhere in my house. Now, I have half organized, in one place, and making books for people!
I chose Your Photo Helper rather than doing it myself so I could “save time AND get creative ideas. I wanted something ‘special’ and unique.
She is more knowledgeable about the technical aspects of completing a project and also owns equipment to make the job easier, such as a scanner. She has completed similar projects for others and has many ideas to share. I need someone to seemingly minimize this huge undertaking. No job is too big for her.”
I was doing group travel with students. [The books that Debbie created for our groups over four years] have encouraged other students to participate in travel opportunities, show the variety of learning and cultural experiences available and are a lasting keepsake of my travel experiences. I love my travel photo books from 2010-2014!
Debbie is excellent at helping you tell your story.
Debbie does beautiful, very professional work and I also wanted to hear what kind of ideas she had.