5 Things I Love About Being a Professional Photo Organizer

When I was little I never had an answer to ‘what I wanted to be when I grew up’… I think it’s because I didn’t know a Professional Photo Organizer was an option!

My business journey began in 2010 when I bought a DSLR camera, took a photography course, and started a photography business part-time while I continued to work full-time in the corporate world. Many years later, we moved to a new city and I left my photography business (and corporate gig) behind. I decided to experiment with offering photo organizing services to stay busy and see if there was much interest.

Fast forward to 2019 and the demand for organizing far exceeded the demand for photography so I retired from photography work and now focus full-time on organizing for clients around the world!

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5 Things I Love About Being a Professional Photo Organizer:

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Hearing the relief in a client’s voice after I’ve finished organizing and backing up their digital photos is truly priceless.

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It certainly took a few years for me to figure out a good balance for my schedule, but I’m so grateful for the flexibility I have!

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The old corporate world me could NEVER dream of the amount of work I’d be able to accomplish from my home office!

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Good thing I love problem solving and learning about new tech tricks… because that’s basically my whole gig!

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This is such a needed job, especially as our camera rolls only continue to grow and grow.


If this sounds like your ‘dream job’ too, applications for my Small Group Mentorship Program are open until August 24th!⁠

This program is offered twice a year (January and September) and during the 12 weeks, I lead you through all aspects of my organizing business so you’re ready to launch one of your own. After graduating, you’ll also have access to the alumni network for ongoing training and support. 🎓⁠

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5 Things I Love About Being a Professional Photo Organizer

When I was little I never had an answer to ‘what I wanted to be when I grew up’… I think it’s because I didn’t know a Professional Photo Organizer was an option!

My business journey began in 2010 when I bought a DSLR camera, took a photography course, and started a photography business part-time while I continued to work full-time in the corporate world. Many years later, we moved to a new city and I left my photography business (and corporate gig) behind. I decided to experiment with offering photo organizing services to stay busy and see if there was much interest.

Fast forward to 2019 and the demand for organizing far exceeded the demand for photography so I retired from photography work and now focus full-time on organizing for clients around the world!

Photo Organizer



5 Things I Love About Being a Professional Photo Organizer:

Photo Organizer
Hearing the relief in a client’s voice after I’ve finished organizing and backing up their digital photos is truly priceless.

Photo Organizer
It certainly took a few years for me to figure out a good balance for my schedule, but I’m so grateful for the flexibility I have!

Photo Organizer
The old corporate world me could NEVER dream of the amount of work I’d be able to accomplish from my home office!

Photo Organizer
Good thing I love problem solving and learning about new tech tricks… because that’s basically my whole gig!

Photo Organizer
This is such a needed job, especially as our camera rolls only continue to grow and grow.


If this sounds like your ‘dream job’ too, applications for my Small Group Mentorship Program are open until August 24th!⁠

This program is offered twice a year (January and September) and during the 12 weeks, I lead you through all aspects of my organizing business so you’re ready to launch one of your own. After graduating, you’ll also have access to the alumni network for ongoing training and support. 🎓⁠

HI, I’M MISS FREDDY.

 

Actually, my name is Casey. As a newborn I resembled Fred Flintstone so my parents nicknamed me Freddy and it stuck. I am a professional photo organizer (yes, that's a thing!) who helps people all over the world make sense of their photo mess through organizing services and self-paced online courses.

 

I want to help you ENJOY your photos again!

 

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