Tickled Photo Booth Keeps the Party Going

We have loved working with Lauren Scott of Tickled Photo Booth ever since she attended our very first {un}convention back in 2014. Tickled is a DC-based photo booth company that offers a variety of photo booth experiences for weddings, private events, and conferences. All of the photos from her still photo booth are professional quality and will give you so many memories to share from your event.

We were lucky enough to have her bring her brand new animated gif booth for {un}convention RVA just last month! And she captured so many fun moments with her special gif machine!

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Here's a quick interview with Lauren to help you all get to know this awesome bossbabe a bit more. 

Tell us a little bit more about Tickled Photo Booth in your own words.

We’re wild about photo booths! Nothing brings friends, families, and even complete strangers together like a photo booth. There's something uniquely magical and instinctively spontaneous about photo booths that empower people to cut loose and share an experience that won't be forgotten. Tickled photo booths are open format booths that utilize innovative photographic technology to bring the traditional photo booth into the digital age, creating studio-quality images with the tap of a screen. Images can be printed instantly on-site and shared via text, email, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter in real time to continue the party online.

Describe your dream project.

We love to work on custom backdrop installations and props.

What is one of your favorite creative, offbeat projects you’ve worked on? 

Last holiday season we collaborated with nine other event vendors to throw a huge client appreciation event, the Boholiday Social. Everyone did their thing, and it turned out to be a major win for everyone!

What are ingredients for a perfect day at your company? 

Happy clients and a happy staff!

If you could plan a dream retreat for you and the folks you work closely with, what would you do and where would you go? 

I love working in undiscovered locations (like the Quirk Hotel!), near and far, and I've been wanting to do a goal setting workshop for a while.

What do you do when you're not working and what's your favorite way to practice self-care? 

Aromatherapy and CHILL.

What's the biggest risk you've ever taken? 

Honestly, I play it pretty safe. Most of the risks I take are calculated, but that's because I can ten to overthink everything.