Developing your narrative. Empowering future generations.



Developing Your Narrative 

StoryKeeping captures the essence of who you are and how you came to be here. We use a specialized interview process to extract the past, and employ professional equipment to capture milestone moments in the present. Your past and present guide your narrative, and your narrative guides your future.

Empowering the Future 

Folks who know where they come from know who they are and what they’re capable of achieving. There comes a time in everyone’s life when it’s their responsibility to teach the next generation, and when that time presents itself StoryKeeping is there to guide them in empowering the future.

Children with the most confidence possess an intergenerational self.



Respect for Every Story 

StoryKeeping has maintained, since the founding day, that every story is important and deserves to be documented in a professional manner.

Options for Every Budget

StoryKeeping works with you to find the optimal balance between your budget and delivering the best product with respect to your story.

There is no such thing as an uninteresting life, such a thing is an impossibility. Beneath the dullest exterior there is a drama, a comedy, and a tragedy.
– Mark Twain

Successful enterprises go out of their way to capture their core identity.



Google and Grandparents

I first learned of StoryCorps in 2011, and I was floored by the similarity of the name to StoryKeeping. I was also curious to learn of their mission. For those unfamiliar, StoryCorps sets up booths in public places and sends Airstream trailers around the United States so every-day people can sit down for thirty minutes to record their stories. After their session they receive a CD of their interview and their stories are sent to the Library of Congress to become part of public record.

Sixteen Years Ago Tonight

I was a sophomore at Texas A&M University and a member of Company C-1 in the Corps of Cadets. Our outfit’s identity was defined by how hard we worked on the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Bonfire. My freshman year I went out to the cut site with a machete to help clear the tractor paths before the masses showed up for First Cut. The ’02 class of C-1 was awarded Centerpole our freshman year – the highest honor a fish class could receive – as we were named the hardest-working outfit on Bonfire.

Great Depression Cooking

Cooking and the foods we grew up with are recurring themes that crop up in StoryKeeping sessions, and I’ve gotten some great footage of some storytellers cooking before, but the meal prep has never been the main focus of a project.

Veterans Day

At the end of interviewing “Grandpa Charlie”, I asked him if there was anything he’d like to add, and when he responded I knew I had something special on my camera.

If there is any responsibility in the cycle of life it must be that one generation owes to the next that strength by which it can come to face ultimate concerns in its own way. – Erik H. Erickson

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