About the Author

PixelBoo Studio
Blurbarian Since August 2008
Business Name PixelBoo Studio
Business Web Site http://www.pixelboo.tumblr.com
Location Pleasanton, San Francisco, California
Business Phone Number (510) 842-6654
About My Business PixelBoo Studio (formerly Boo Publication) is a home-based design studio offering photo book design, editing, and writing services.

Design Three Step Process:

1. Collect - I collect your photos or scanned materials

2. Collaborate - We collaborate on your preferences (book type, size, format, layout, and design).

3. Create - I create your book, send you a PDF proof, and upon your approval, I upload your book to my publishing vendor (Blurb) so you can order.

Pricing Details: Each book design project has a customized design fee, depending on the type of book, number of materials used, and other preferences. Each project will have a specific design services contract. 50% down payment is required. Pricing is separate for the book publication which follows Blurb.com’s Pricing Structure (customers will order their book directly from Blurb.com).

Payment Information: I accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, or Discover via Paypal.
Areas of Expertise Wedding, Honeymoon, Travel, Special Events, Photography, Art, Portfolio, Pets, Crafts, and Recipes.
Professional Affiliations Member of BlurbNation, Blurb's directory of expert custom book makers.

Things I Don't Mind The World Knowing

Spoiler alert: I'm thinking my next book will be about...
A birthday souvenir book in mini format with random pictures of the beautiful celebrant. Am thinking of calling it "Through the Years". I bet the grandparents would love it!!!
Everyone needs to know about these authors and artists...
Ed Subijano Photography - An absolutely talented photographer. Just check out his fantastic gallery at www.pixeldose.com and you'll know what I mean.

He is doing mostly freelance work in website design and event photography projects. Contact information is at pixellucent@yahoo.com. Oh! And he's my uncle, so I hope his creative genes rub off on me!