How to Remember Culver Memories

Culver Academies

March 5, 2021

Remembering Culver Memories

How will your child’s Culver memories be remembered when they grow older? There’s something special about spending time in Culver, be it at the Culver Academies for Winter School, Woodcraft or Upper Camp or just being with your family and enjoying Lake Maxinkuckee. One thing I’ve learned over the years I’ve lived in Culver is that time slips away. After having my own three children and watching them grow up so fast it became even more apparent!

Being a Culver Academies Preferred Photographer since 2012 has been such a gift as I’ve met so many incredible families through the years. I am honored to tell your family’s story and be your Culver Academies photographer.

Legacy Album to Remember Culver Days

Often Culver Academies students come from all over the world and parents aren’t able to visit their child as often as they’d like to see them. With changes during 2020-2021, where there wasn’t leave for students or breaks, many parents found themselves really missing seeing their kids and I received calls from many wanting to document the moments they weren’t able to be there for, in freshman, sophomore, juniors and senior classes. As a Culver Academies photographer, I was able to be on campus (thanks to weekly Covid testing) and take pictures for families throughout the year to capture Culver memories. That’s right, not just Seniors. And why not? Each year really is special and each summer at Culver for camp is too. It’s not just about the end of the days there when each child is ready to move on to the next adventure in life. Culver Academies memories aren’t meant to be forgotten. Those Culver Academies Culver Days moments are part of the story. The story of being at Culver.

What is a Legacy Session?

I’m honored to tell the story for each student and family I work with at the Culver Academies through photography. Their story. What they love most, their sports, their favorite activities, their friends. With that in mind, I am excited to release our Legacy Sessions. Three sessions…make it one for freshman, sophomore, junior years…or choose to do two a year. Want to do Spring and Fall (this is a favorite way my seniors tell their Culver Days stories)…add on a session at a special Legacy portrait rate. Are there special moments you want to include? These can be photographed for you so you can enjoy the moments when you visit or when you’re not able to be here.

We want your child to remember the time they spent here at the Culver Academies and we want them to have something tangible to look at when it’s all over. In a year, five years…twenty years. Pick from our Signature Art Products – Fine Art Albums, Framed prints or canvases or the Custom Image Box. Each year is special and we can’t wait to make sure it is always there to remember! We look forward to hearing from you to capture your child’s story as their Culver Academies Photographer.


Becky Furry, owner of Always Images is based in Culver, Indiana (about an hour from South Bend, Mishawaka, Granger areas). She specializes in capturing fine art family portraiture. Becky is a member of the Professional Photographers of America and also is a certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. She is a preferred photographer for the Culver Academies and has been since 2011 and gives back from every Culver Academies session to the Culver Educational Fund. She also supports the Maxinkuckee Adventure Sailing programand HIS Small Wonders Betty A. Nolin Scholarship fund with her photography. The Always Images studio is located in downtown Plymouth, Indiana. Becky resides Culver, Indiana near Lake Maxinkuckee and the gorgeous Culver Academies. To contact Becky, reach out at 574-598-0022 or for a personal consultation for your portrait needs.  Do you like Facebook? Follow Always Images on Facebook or is Instagram your thing? Find me at

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