People and their stories matter. How many times have you sat listening to your parents or your grandparents and wished you could record their stories and their voices? We are also passionate about capture these stories.
Because life is short. It really is. But it’s rich and potent and full. Human beings are just so remarkable, so memorable. Loved ones are massive, dramatic, storied people, and we only get to know them through their words, spoken in voices that resonate with shared affection. Everyone’s story is a novel, revealed in a chapter here and there at afternoon visits that are far too short. And those chapters are so important. They’re part of a life legacy that feeds our understanding of who we are because of the stories of loved ones who have shaped our lives. And their stories will even shape the lives of those who come after us, if they have opportunity to witness the life force captured in those fleeting chapters like we have.