It appears I almost totally missed out on celebrating “Family History Month” in October. Of course, with StoryKeeping every month is “Family History Month”.
The Sacramento paper did a nice, and pretty funny, article covering the Association of Personal Historians conference last week. There are a few items that jumped out to me though. One – we didn’t have 600 people there. I think APH has 600 members total, and around 150-160 came to Sacramento. Secondly – the pricing […]
Yes, I know I’ve misspelled “capitalizing”, but as I chose this picture of California’s Capitol Building for this post I couldn’t resist tweaking the English language for my enjoyment.
I first met Jen at a Scott Wiggins Band concert at County Line BBQ in San Antonio about six years ago. Jen reached out to me a few months back to inquire about my wedding services. I’d filmed her bridesmaid Lindsey’s wedding a few years before, so I already had a glowing endorsement as well as a clue to how fun this wedding was going to be.
I’m headed to a conference on Wednesday so have been working hard to get this wedding I filmed Friday night completed before I head out of town.
“Seven” is our first of the morning, and his two brothers are up next.
Yesterday during lunch I ran into a friend of mine who had just given me a referral the day before. If I hadn’t run into her I’d have had no idea that she’d passed the StoryKeeping word along.
Alexievich states, “What I am interested in is what happens to the human being, what happens to it in our time. How does man behave and react.”
The bulk of the content from a StoryKeeping interview ends up in topic-based clips. When I’m working on a production, I base my decisions on what I would want if I were the customer. This is why StoryKeeping productions have evolved over time into the honed packages they are today.