Fotosource have been working with Tony Sarlo Albums in the UK since 2006. With the Sarlo reputation for quality, and the UK presence of Foto Source, the partnership has gone from strength to strength and shown amazing growth even in these difficult times. Everything is book-bound, and almost everything is possible for your most discerning client.
For conventional albums with overlays to beautiful digital albums, you know your client will be more than delighted with the result. More recently as well as designing Digital Albums, our service of design, print and assemble those more complex reportage albums with overlays as proven a real success with photographers.
So whichever way you work – for digital or albums with overlays, your design or ours … we have an option to suit you – and a sample product to match !
Tony Sarlo Albums started out in London in 1978, importing and distributing Italian wedding albums to photographic studios all over the United Kingdom.
Business went well, but Tony wasn’t satisfied with the quality of the product and so decided to start to manufacture the albums himself. In this way, Tony started the thirty-five year long task that has taken us up to today, in producing and improving on the products that we are proud to offer to our customers.
In 2000 Tony returned to Southern Italy in the region of Campania, where he was born, together with his wife an his three sons who all contribute in running the business the company is continuing to grow and sells in many different countries all over the world.
Our albums are a result of thirtyfive years of production experience and dedication to improving every possible detail. This is plainly obvious when you see the quality of our products, something we are very proud of.
All our albums are made in Italy by dedicated craftsmen using the highest quality materials sourced in Europe. We know that every album that leaves our premises will become a treasured possession for somebody and for this reason we strive for perfection on every detail of every product.
We hope that you will treasure your Tony Sarlo album as much as we do.