I started StoryKeeping in 2009 with the belief I wasn’t the only grandchild who loved their grandparents and wanted to retain their stories. I began with a single digital voice recorder in 2009 by focusing solely on audio productions.
The eyes are the window to the soul, and when we really want to know what someone is thinking or feeling that’s the first place we look. I’m not sure what could be more personal than choosing a counselor, so I positioned the camera the same way I do for video biography productions so the viewers will feel like the storyteller is speaking directly to them. This gives Ysasi the best opportunity to establish a connection with the viewer.
From the earliest days of StoryKeeping, we’ve helped the cameras fade away in order to capture the most sincere, powerful storytelling possible. The first StoryKeeping session inspired the full range of emotion, and every production since has delivered the same.
Genesis ATS came to me a couple months ago with a challenge. The only way they were able to get in front of decision makers was through an online portal in which their company was represented by a single video. As a former salesperson, I understood the importance of getting this right.
Last night I sent off a link to a new corporate client, and this morning I was greeted by the email above.
I had to keep my head on a swivel on the construction site, but I can’t wait for their leadership to see some of the shots I was able to capture of their equipment in action.
The Lights at La Cantera video debuted at a conference in Atlanta this week. It went over so well the presenter acquired some haters. haha