This week we were pleasantly surprised with an article in Dan’s Papers on August 23rd, 2013. Lucille was featured in a half-page spread about her work and message behind her photography. As Lucille puts it, “At the end of life all we have are memories and photographs. This is what we pass down to the next generation.” Capturing children and their families is her entire life’s work and pride, easily radiating through the clear, carefully arranged photographs. By helping her clients design walls and coffee table books, the memories are preserved and even family members that are no longer with us can be remembered and cherished. Using your family as your artwork is crucial to building your children’s self esteem and confidence, and seeing how quickly the years pass by looking at each year’s photographs or holiday cards. Dan’s Papers really captured the spirit of Lucille Khornak and her work, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to be in the paper.