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Micki Jones Photo Organizer

It was a tradition in my family to get a camera on your 10th birthday and from that day, taking pictures has been a big part of my life. I learned to use a darkroom in junior high and was the photo editor of both the school newspaper and yearbook in high school. Once I had a family I loved documenting our milestones and adventures. Busy with a career in government and non-profit agencies, the photos started piling up. I always meant to do something with them but never seemed to have the time or space. 

Boxes of photos were shuffled from one place to the next. Then came the digital cameras and finally the camera we all carry in our pocket. When wildfires swept within miles of our home and I knew it was finally time to do something. Through a desperate internet search looking for help where to start with what felt like an overwhelming task, I found the Association of Professional Photo Organizers (APPO).

By the time the fires where 100% contained in our area, I had joined APPO and started learning how to safeguard, organize and share my treasured photos. I earned my certification as a Professional Photo Organizer and launched Journeys Photo Solutions. 

Our journeys have taken us throughout the country traveling in an RV full time, cross-country on a motorcycle, as house parents for a residential school (the job came with a house, a car and 6 struggling teenage girls) and guardians for 3 grandsons. 

I have developed solutions to photo problems that encumber people’s lives. My goal is to come alongside you, help you make sense of your photo mess . . . by doing it for you, with you, or by sharing ideas and techniques you can use to do it on your own.

Photo of Micki Jones Photo Organizer

It was a tradition in my family to get a camera on your 10th birthday and from that day, taking pictures has been a big part of my life. I learned to use a darkroom in junior high and was the photo editor of both the school newspaper and yearbook in high school. Once I had a family I loved documenting our milestones and adventures. Busy with a career in government and non-profit agencies, the photos started piling up. I always meant to do something with them but never seemed to have the time or space. 

 

Our journeys have taken us throughout the country traveling in an RV full time, cross-country on a motorcycle, as house parents for a residential school (the job came with a house, a car and 6 struggling teenage girls) and guardians for 3 grandsons. 

Boxes of photos were shuffled from one place to the next. Then came the digital cameras and finally the camera we all carry in our pocket. When wildfires swept within miles of our home and I knew it was finally time to do something. Through a desperate internet search looking for help where to start with what felt like an overwhelming task, I found the Association of Professional Photo Organizers (APPO).

By the time the fires where 100% contained in our area, I had joined APPO and started learning how to safeguard, organize and share my treasured photos. I earned my certification as a Professional Photo Organizer and launched Journeys Photo Solutions. 

 

I have developed solutions to photo problems that encumber people’s lives. My goal is to come alongside you, help you make sense of your photo mess . . . by doing it for you, with you, or by sharing ideas and techniques you can use to do it on your own.   Let’s Talk

Photo of Micki Jones Photo Organizer

It was a tradition in my family to get a camera on your 10th birthday and from that day, taking pictures has been a big part of my life. I learned to use a darkroom in junior high and was the photo editor of both the school newspaper and yearbook in high school. Once I had a family I loved documenting our milestones and adventures. 

Busy with a career in government and non-profit agencies, the photos started piling up. I always meant to do something with them but never seemed to have the time or space. 

Our journeys have taken us throughout the country traveling in an RV full time, cross-country on a motorcycle, as house parents for a residential school (the job came with a house, a car and 6 struggling teenage girls) and guardians for 3 grandsons. 

Boxes of photos were shuffled from one place to the next. Then came the digital cameras and finally the camera we all carry in our pocket. When wildfires swept within miles of our home and I knew it was finally time to do something. Through a desperate internet search looking for help where to start with what felt like an overwhelming task, I found the Association of Professional Photo Organizers (APPO).

By the time the fires where 100% contained in our area, I had joined APPO and started learning how to safeguard, organize and share my treasured photos. I earned my certification as a Professional Photo Organizer and launched Journeys Photo Solutions. 

 

I have developed solutions to photo problems that encumber people’s lives. My goal is to come alongside you, help you make sense of your photo mess . . . by doing it for you, with you, or by sharing ideas and techniques you can use to do it on your own.   Let’s Talk