Posts tagged ‘photo montage’
Wednesday 10th June 2009 by Louise Carron Harris, 3 comments
Sentiment is at the National Funeral Exhibition 12th – 14th June (this week) Come and see us in the in the innovations area (Hall 1).
We will be promoting tribute DVD’s and video production for the funeral industry.
Why visit Sentiment? – As well as being lovely approachable ladies, we will also have loads of freebies to give away!» Continue reading
Thursday 12th March 2009 by Louise Carron Harris, 4 comments
So did anyone watch Jades wedding on Living TV?I love a good wedding so settled down to watch the 2 hour episode – I cried my eyes out all the way through! what did you think?
There was a lovely photo slideshow / photo montage provided by her ‘best men’ – I love that photo montages are becoming the norm for weddings, funerals and anniversaries.
www.sentiment-productions.co.uk caters for all celebrations of life. New samples due to go up on the website in the next few weeks in the mean time there have been some updates, in products including memory books.
Wednesday 12th November 2008 by Louise Carron Harris, 4 comments
Two years ago I set up Sentiment Ltd. I suppose the idea came in many forms, things I’d seen on TV, a string of family funerals both good and bad, my own experience in event planning and production, my brain running overtime at 2am in the morning. It all just merged together and then ‘shabang’ I came up with the crazy idea of funky funerals and video production!!!
There is nothing in the world I love more than being able to bring comfort to people, make them smile, make them laugh or do something that overwhelms them. I like to push the barriers out, do something that will have a positive and lasting impact on people for the rest of their life. Allowing them to celebrate the life of the person they had lost in a way most befitting the person.
I think I had some sort of calling, not so much in the sense a priest or a vicar gets a calling. No god whispered in my dreams to tell me I was destined for greater things – just a true desire to offer people something more and perhaps change the traditional thinking around funerals.» Continue reading