Early last fall Shalee Cooper, who was then working as our Image Editor, told us she had found a full-time business opportunity and would have to step down from her responsibilities at 15 Bytes. She had spent two years transforming the look of our magazine, so we were sad to see her go. For a while we ran into her at Alpine Art, where she was the Gallery Director, and were sure to check out the show she hung at Kayo Gallery in February (see our video profile in the February 2013 edition); shortly after that, though, she disappeared into a non-descript office space somewhere in the city and we had heard little from her since.
Cooper recently came out of hiding, with some exciting news about what she has been up to. For the past year she has been working with Alpine Art Inc.’s experts in the framing business, Robin Grey, Apryll Killpack, and Cathi Sutherland, to develop Instantly Framed, a new app that helps social media users and photographers preserve and display their online photos through an easy iPhone app.
Read the article in the December 2013 edition of 15 Bytes.
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