Can you imagine your family learning about your life story by watching your Video Memoir? What will they learn? Who will be watching? Your grandchildren? Their grandchildren? Here are a few things to keep in mind as you tell your recount your life story, family history and memories in a Video Memoir.
Bring your family together to support a cause or conquer a goal and enjoy memories and laughter for years to come. Start your own Team Family.
These days everyone, from Grandparents to Grandchildren, seems to be plugged into the internet. Take advantage of technology to stay connected by creating your own Family Website. A Family Website is a great way to enjoy photographs, document memories, and deliver important news. Here are few tips on starting yours.
I’m excited to kick-off Family History Month with a trip down South to capture a family’s story in a Family Documentary Video for their upcoming reunion. The weather has cooled in Chicago so the warmth of the Alabama sun is definitely welcome. The thought of meeting a new family and helping to capture and preserve their story fills me with anticipation once again.
What should you tell your children about your life story and family history? Research shows hearing stories of facing adversity is actually beneficial to children.
I just finished listening to a moving story by Michele Norris of NPR, recount memories of her father as sought to make sense of them in her new book, The Grace of Silence: A Memoir.