Stories are everything.
Nothing means more than the stories held by your family, business and organization.
I asked StoryKeep to record my father-in-law last winter. He’s almost 85 and has a memory like a steel trap. I feel incredibly lucky to know that my children will have his voice and his story to keep for their whole lives. I feel blessed to have these gifts to give my children.
I was so impressed with what StoryKeep did with my old 16 mm film! I never would have imagined in a million years how beautiful and moving our family stories could be told alongside the old footage. I can hardly wait to have more of them recorded.
When I engaged StoryKeep to record my 88-year-old father’s life stories, I had the utmost confidence they would treat him as if he were family. They helped him feel at ease and gave him gentle cues to move from one episode in his life to the next. Their grace both in front of and behind the camera — and in the editing room — produced a beautiful video that my siblings and our children will watch and treasure for years and years to come.
StoryKeep created an emotionally powerful, sensitive, and beautifully wrought film. The final video was stunning and will help our organization in many ways.
StoryKeep skillfully crafted an inspiring sample video of the family history of my most favorite pound cake, Aunt Mazella’s Pound Cake. The producers, Jamie and Lisa are imaginative and their productions are awesome. How gratifying it was for me as a storyteller to describe my recipe in my kitchen, directed with proper lighting, creative presentation and personal touches! StoryKeep is an extraordinary model for personal story-keeping. Thank you.
StoryKeep did an amazing job of helping us tell the story of our company. They took the time to understand what our company is all about. Their probing, insightful questions helped us articulate our story, and their keen eye for narrative yielded a finished product that embodies the essence of our brand.
Our goal in working with StoryKeep was to capture the experience of attending a service at St. Lydia’s. Throughout the experience, they approached the work with as much love and care as we would have. The finished product is lovely and rare. It catches the spirit of our congregation and communicates with the audience we’re trying to reach.