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Oak Creek-based Pixologie can help you lasso your photo mess.

Locally owned Pixologie offers freebies at its photo digitization drop-off event

Pixologie, a locally owned photo digitization and organization service, is hosting a digital drop-off event on Thursday, Jan. 25 from 8:30 until 11 a.m., at Hudson Business Lounge, 310 E. Buffalo St. in the Third Ward.

Folks who bring their photos to be digitized will get 25 photos (flat, 8x10 or smaller) scanned for free, plus a free 8GB jump drive or a photo organization book.

"Many people have their photo mess and video/film collection on a to-do list that just never gets to be a priority," says photographer Dave Bernacchi, who works for Pixologie and has shot for OnMilwaukee for many years.

"In a nutshell we make it easy for people to do something with their memories. Pixologie offers photo organization, media digitization and backup services for customers to get their photos out of chaos and back into life to be celebrated, shared and passed on to future generations. We also work with companies and organizations to preserve their rich archives."

Pixologie – founded and owned by Ann Matuszak and Mollie Bartlett – has a studio at 9803 S. 13th St. in Oak Creek, but Bernacchi says the Hudson location is more central for an event like the drop-off.

"While we have a great studio location in Oak Creek," he says, "the Hudson Business Lounge offers an option for people who may not get down to the south part of Milwaukee County. We're hoping to have more in various parts of the city."

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