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Keepsake is the ridiculously easy way to turn the photos on your phone into beautifully framed prints. In 2015, founder and CEO Adam Weiss set out to design an app that made framing simple, fun and affordable. Six years later, Keepsake has framed hundreds of thousands of photos and is the highest-rated framing app in the App Store.
Keepsake makes physical framing as fun as posting a photo on Instagram. There are hundreds of frame sizes and styles to choose from, from modern to rustic hardwood frames, plus wrapped canvas options. Each Keepsake is individually handmade at our studio in Lexington, Kentucky, and prices are friendly on the wallet too, with mini frames starting at just $19 and most designs under $49. Keepsake is the only app that makes it easy to order gallery walls right from your phone. In 2021, Keepsake introduced a new collection of stylish gallery walls including “Symphony” ($267), a trendy triptych with three offset matte frames. Whether shopping for the perfect gift or decorating your home, Keepsake believes that if a photo makes you happy, it deserves to be framed.
In 2015, Adam Weiss took a great picture of his friends holding hands on a hike in California. He thought a framed photo of the special moment would make the perfect gift, but custom framing options were too expensive and complicated. So he set out to design an app that made framing simple and affordable, launching the Keepsake app.
He partnered with a workshop in West Virginia known for its high quality and craftsmanship, which allowed Keepsake to deliver a premium product at a friendly price. Today, Keepsake has framed and delivered hundreds of thousands of photos and even the New York Times was "impressed by how fast, affordable, and good-looking Keepsake's framed photos are."
Founder & CEO
Adam Weiss is originally from Hartsdale, New York. In 2006, after graduating from the University of Virginia with a BA in philosophy and physics, he moved to New York City and began exploring various career paths.
Adam quickly discovered a love of entrepreneurship and started his first web-based business, Spotster, in 2009. From that experience, he realized that the future was mobile and spent the next few years teaching himself how to code, when the idea for Keepsake struck in 2015.
Today, Adam both leads Keepsake as CEO and continues to design the Keepsake app. He is obsessed with making Keepsake the most fun and easy way to frame a photo.
Adam currently lives with his wife and young son in Seattle, Washington.