• Print Portfolio Book and Slipcase For Music Photographer Gaelle Beri

February 28, 2017

Gaelle is a very talented music photographer based in London. She commissioned an A3 portfolio book in Torridge black buckram with a pewter spine cover and lining. Very sensibly she also purchased a matching portfolio slip-cover, which would keep the presentation portfolio clean and safe as well give her that extra wow factor on presentation to clients.
The only thing that didn’t match was the personalised matt silver foil on the slipcase which is something she wanted, but regrettably we couldn’t accommodate, because of the size of the throat on our stamping machine. We agree it would have looked great, and hopefully in the next month or so we’re going to invest in a second hot foil machine that can accommodate bigger sizes. Sorry Gaelle.

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Music Photographers A3 Presentation Portfolio and Slip Case





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