Everything you need to make your dream project come true.

Easier than you imagine.

Bring us your idea and we will turn it into a beautiful, high-quality book, website or photography. From concept to delivery, we do it all — art direction, design, editing, production, printing, packaging and shipping. Established companies and first time authors appreciate not only our technical skills and experience, but the way we guide them through the process. We never lose sight of the client’s goal and each of our books reflects the author’s unique vision. Our relationships with printers around the world offer the best quality at the most reasonable prices.

We offer the whole package or just as much as you need — photography, design, project management, Photoshop or press checks.

Omnivorous also provides expert photographic restoration and retouching services for archives, photographers and individuals. We work with artists and photographers who want to digitize their work for multimedia presentations and sales.

And we make it fun.

Brad Zucroff

A unique career in print and digital media, Brad has worked on more than 50 books with Rick Smolan’s Against All Odds Productions, San Francisco Chronicle Books, and private authors. His wealth of experience runs from concept to shipping. Creative direction, picture editing and sequencing, design, production, staffing, project management, printing, packaging and shipping. A photographer with UPI for many years, he has also been a new media consultant with Price-Waterhouse Management Consulting, a customer experience architect with eBusiness consulting firm Scient, and art director for magazines like National Geographic Traveler and Sunset.

In his spare time, he is a race driving instructor.

Bambi Nicklen

Bambi is a Photoshop expert who specializes in photo restoration and retouching. As an art director for The Washingtonian and Stanford magazines, she worked closely with photographers and artists and uses the technology to be sure each picture looks exactly as its creator envisions it — in print, on the web and in slideshows for HD or YouTube.

She volunteers as a distributor for Operation Photo Rescue, a global network of volunteers who gather ruined photographs from tornadoes, hurricanes and other natural disasters in the US, digitize, restore and return prints to the families at no charge.

For more about Operation Photo Rescue

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