"Since we started with in-person sales 12 years ago, we have always been challenged by the “album issue”. Clients would choose their wall art, and would have many favorite images remaining, but they would tell us they weren’t really “album people”. The folio box has been a GAME CHANGER for us in this area!
It’s the perfect solution for someone who wants all their images printed and loves to display, but just doesn’t have the wall space or just enjoys something smaller. Now we are able to sell an additional product after the wall art to almost every client who walks through our door."
Whitney & David Scott
Since our initial offering of the Premium Walnut Wood Window Folio Box, it has quickly become our best-seller. Clients love that it can hold their images and digital files, but are especially impressed with the dual function of being a display piece as well!
We love the walnut wood box so much we even purchased it as a gift for David's parents' 50th wedding anniversary. Inside were prized family portraits, and on the lid we had engraved a portion of the poem that was read at their wedding.
Best. Gift. EVER!
Start selling your folio box and watch your average order value skyrocket as your clients walk out the door with huge smiles on their faces!
David & Whitney Scott have built a balanced life. They work less than 20 hours per week running a business that places them among the top 5% income earners in the industry. They’ve built their business intentionally to allow them to live a lifestyle with time to travel, spend precious time with their children and extended family and give generously with their time and resources to causes they care about.
They have educated professional photographers for the past 10 years on topics ranging from personality types in sales, to psychology in pricing and sales. They have taught thousands of photographers through educational platforms such as IPS Mastermind, WPPI, SYNC, After Dark, The Sandy Puc Tour and many more. They have also launched a mastermind platform with Tavis and Amy Guild called Tribe of 5. Their primary message to other photographers is "If two dorks like us can do this, you can do it too."
Photo above and at top of page by Gary Box