Having a loved one pass away is a sad and stressful time. Then to add to that stress, you have to plan a funeral, and not everyone has experienced that before.
To alleviate some of that stress, Edit My Life would like to assist you to create a Funeral Slideshow that honours not only your loved one but also the family and friends that attend the Funeral, as well as those unable to attend the Funeral.
Edit My Life will provide a 3-10 minute Funeral Slideshow using a combination of the photos, newspaper clippings and videos of your loved one that has passed away. These will be mixed with your choice of music (or carefully chosen by us). This Funeral Slideshow will be played during the funeral service and also provided to the family as a customised DVD and/or a USB.
To Whom It May Concern
It is my great pleasure to write this recommendation for Andrew Ross. Andrew was asked to prepare a tribute for our mother and mother-in-law, who was 99 years of age when she passed away. When Andrew came to see us he was sympathetic and sensitive to our feelings. He spent time talking to us and determining what our wishes were with regard to the arrangement of the photos. Andrew’s ability is evidenced by the end result which was a very professional and fitting tribute, the presentation was excellent and was done in a very timely manner.
Our beautiful Great Aunt passed away quietly one night, but not before living a wonderful life of fun and adventure, full of stories!
It was SUCH a relief, at this time, to be able to hand over to the team at Edit My Life a huge number of photos and accompanying timeline of events, so that a fitting presentation was made to ‘show off’ this beautiful lady! Not only was the final product professional, accurate and a wonderful account of my Great Aunt’s life, but the experience of working with Andrew at such a time as this, was a great pleasure. He has such a gentle and loving approach to the whole process and was SUPER keen to get it as close to what we were envisioning, as he was able. I recommend these guys to many, and am writing now to do the same to those who read this testimony.
Thanks again Andrew.