Memories to Digital is a Denver-based company dedicated to helping people enjoy, share & preserve their memories in a digital format.
Since our founding in 2003 - when our own families were struggling to find a company they trusted to transfer their home movies and slides - our vision has been to offer an alternative to faceless transfer factories and drop-box services. We wanted a place where you can talk to a friendly, knowledgeable person about your project and have it put together exactly the way you envision.
When you work with our team, you can be assured we'll treat your memories as if they're our own. Your originals are kept safe throughout the process. Our expert staff uses state-of-the-art technology, and four levels of quality checks, to ensure the best possible digital production. And we pride ourselves in providing a level of personal, custom service that others can't touch.
Come in today! We look forward to working with you!
We Treat Your Memories As If They're Our Own
We take good care of your originals. Except for unusual circumstances, we do all the work ourselves on-site. If you're in the Denver area you can bring your materials to one of our convenient locations so you don't have to ship them. If you're outside the area, we'll call you when your material arrives. We keep each project in its own labeled container and track it carefully through our system. You will get your originals back in exactly the same condition you brought them to us (usually cleaner!) when we're done.
Our level of service is unique. Whether you come into our store or ship your project, one of our expert staff will meet with you or call you to discuss the details. Your project will be assigned to a single production associate, who will see it through to the end, ensuring everything turns out just the way you wanted.
We're not a cookie-cutter operation. All of the projects we produce are customized for each client. Our goal is to put your project together to meet your specific needs and provide the final product you envision.
Team Meet Our Team
At Memories to Digital, we have a passion for media and memories, and we're sticklers for getting things right. We look forward to meeting you!
In the spring of 2003, Eric’s parents and in-laws asked, “Where in the world would we go to preserve our slides and Super 8 film?” Discovering there were no great options for them, Eric drew on his engineering and computing background to found Memories to Digital – a place where people could confidently bring their old analog media for preservation to DVD or other digital format. From the beginning, Eric worked closely with his clients to make sure they felt comfortable with the process and were getting back exactly what they envisioned. MTD soon grew to produce special event videos, slideshows, sports recruiting presentations and more … but every job is still custom-made for the client, and our motto remains: “Treat every project as if it were your own.”
Gwen Scherer - food marketer gone techie - joined Eric in bringing Memories to Digital to retail locations in 2005 and fell in love with the business of helping people rediscover their memories - now in a digital format. "My Dad always said the photograph was one of the most important inventions of his lifetime. The memories we preserve from old photographs, slides, videos, film and audio recordings are a source of important historical, social and personal documentation. It's very rewarding to bring them to life again, and play a role in passing them on to the next generation."
Dave was born and raised in Santa Clarita, California, and has been shooting film and editing video since high school. Upon graduation, Dave joined the Navy and was assigned to be a lead photojournalist and videographer. Today, when Dave isn’t editing he enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking, camping and snowboarding. According to Dave, “Dave is an outstanding guy.” In fact, he may be the most awesome guy you ever meet.
Why would a graduate from the Culinary Institute of America and successful restaurant owner for more than twenty years as a five-star chef take on the position of Customer Service Representative at Memories to Digital? That’s easy. Caroline has a passionate and creative spirit and an eye for detail—the details that really matter to our customers who deserve perfection. Growing up in Connecticut near Long Island Sound, she remembers that everyone wore their bathing suits all summer long. That outfit was exchanged as a teenager when she became the captain of the cheerleaders and shortly afterwards won the Top Chef Award. Not too long after that Caroline was recognized as the first woman in the history of the Ritz Carlton to become a chef tournant (the chef with enough talent to fill in for any five-star chef in the kitchen). Little did she know that her transferrable skills as a chef (such as cleaning as she went, staying highly organized, being able to multitask and providing the best customer service) would make such a difference for our customers at MTD!
Celebrating life from then through now, and recording it all along, Darce recently went digital and now has all her family memories electronically stored. She looks forward to helping others move into the digital age while preserving their history. As James Taylor sings, "the secret of life is enjoying the passage of time".
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Some Testimonials From Our Clients
Thank you so much again for putting together such a wonderful adoption video for us. We couldn't be happier with how it turned out and appreciate how easy you & your team made the project seem, though we realize a lot of thought, creativity and time went into the project. We can't thank you enough for all you did.
Mary & Marc Huron, Lyons, CO
I had been trying for months to organize old home movies, slides, old black & whites and colored photos. I saw Memories to Digital's ad and took a box full down to them. They were so helpful and had such great ideas. I gave the DVDs to my grown children. The girls cried and the boys said "awesome". Thank you Memories to Digital for an "awesome" job well done.
Pat Stultz, Longmont, CO
OK, I can't believe I'm just now telling you how fabulous the DVD came out! My only excuse is the holidays were so crazy, I couldn't keep my head on straight... Anyway, I sent the DVDs to NY for holiday gifts, but didn't watch my copy until this weekend. I love how the music and editing and subtitles came out. You did such a great job. Hopefully my dad will find the rest and I will send you more.
Amy Shulman, Chicago, IL