Through my travels I was able to photograph hundreds of objects, found completely in their natural surroundings that resembled letters of the alphabet. A bridge became the letter 'T
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Niagara Falls, Ontario (PRWEB) July 30, 2009
Entrepreneur Jennifer Blakeley has turned a passion for letter art into an innovative online money making venture. Inspired by the children's book "Alphabet City," Blakely traveled across Canada taking photos of objects and scenery that resemble letters of the English alphabet and has now turned those photos into a thriving online business, Alphabet Photography™ Inc.
"Through my travels I was able to photograph hundreds of objects, found completely in their natural surroundings that resembled letters of the alphabet. A bridge became the letter 'T", an arm on a park bench a "G" and railway tracks an "E"," said Blakeley.
Blakeley develops the photos in sepia tone and customizes the photographs to spell names and words that are special to each individual customer - creating alphabet art. "Everyone wants to own art that is one of a kind and special to the individual. I felt I could do this in an affordable and creative way through my alphabet photographs" she added.
The letter art business, in which Blakely is partnered with her husband Sam Blakeley and friend Miriam Laundry, functions primarily online - allowing customers to mix and match the alphabet photos to create any name or word. Following two thriving years, Alphabet Photography™ Inc. is now a successfully trademarked company in Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom, with a customer base for the personalized name art from around the globe. Alphabet Photography's work is also endorsed by several top Canadian Designers, and their most recent customized piece was created for Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Recent celebrity clients include American Idol Host Ryan Seacrest, and international singing Sensation Nelly Furtado.
The company's letter photos have become popular gifts at weddings, baby showers and housewarmings. Each 4x6 photograph sells for $5 and can be purchased through their website or at any of their exhibit locations. Pre-framed inspirational words and alphabet art are also available at major retail chains such as Target Stores USA, HomeSense, and AVON, Sears, Green Earth, Meijer and other gift and retail shops across Canada and the USA.
For additional information, visit Alphabet Photography on the web at http://www.AlphabetPhotography.com
About Alphabet Photography
Alphabet photography is the creative process of photographing images that resemble letters of the English Alphabet, then arranging the photographs together to create a name or word. The Alphabet Photography headquarters are located in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
Alphabet Photography is the brainchild of Jennifer Blakeley who has spent the past 3 years growing her portfolio photographing objects from all over Canada.
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