My name is Robin Clark and I have a passion for restoring photographs that are a part of our history. I started my professional life when I joined the US Army in 1978 and was trained in photolithography at the Defense Mapping School (DMS) at Ft. Belvoir VA. It was at the DMS that I was introduced to the printing and graphics world. After a brief time in the private sector, I joined the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and enjoyed a 30 year career there. While at the CIA I learned a great deal about traditional and digital photography, I am now using those skills to bring the past to life and help you re-experience your families' history. I specialize in restoring photographs that are faded or damaged due to water, mold or years of neglect. I am particularly excited about colorizing photos -- bringing them back to life and making your ancestors more real to you. I also offer other digital photography solutions, such as scanning, color correction, photo organization, and photo presentations. Today's digital photographs are preserved electronically, but older images of the past are vulnerable to destruction through environmental events such as fires and floods. My services can help ensure your precious memories are protected. I work with digitally scanned images and take great care to protect and preserve your original images.