About

The KeepSnaps printer has been called the future of event photography. Why?
Because your guests become the unofficial photographers. You and the social media world get to see your event through the lens of the guests, rather than inside a photobooth.

Guests will love to snap away and collect their awesome branded print out, while their followers will watch in envy as photos from your awesome event fill their news feed.

KeepSnaps has already worked with hundreds of amazing clients across Australia, check out some of them below.

 

Who is behind KeepSnaps?

Kat_BusinessPhoto-17-EditAfter returning to Australia from a five year stint living and working overseas, entrepreneur Kathryn Thompson became increasingly frustrated after applying for many jobs she knew she could do, but lacked the ‘minimum 2 years experience’ requested.

So she decided to take matters into her own hands, and create her ‘dream job’. Something combining events + technology + social media + photography, but most of all flexible, fun and fulfilling!

And the result is KeepSnaps.

“I saw something similar years ago on Kickstarter, and I backed it but it didn’t get enough funding so it didn’t get off the ground. But I always kept the idea in the back of my mind, and sure enough, the opportunity presented itself in 2014 to set up my own version and fulfil my dream of working for myself and, well, the rest is history.”

She has since been featured in the media multiple times, including Inside Small Business, EventBriteConfetti Fair, A Whimsical BoxSpice News, What is With, and Gizmo Editor.

KeepSnaps is based in Melbourne, Victoria and has since expanded to Sydney, Wagga Wagga and Geelong and can travel across Australia to accommodate your event needs. Keep your eyes out for the KeepSnaps Instagram printer at events and weddings all around Australia.

KeepSnaps is one of the services offered by Media Motion, an agency specialising in social media training and assistance for small businesses. They offer a range of social media management packages, specifically focusing on Instagram.