Will your memories matter?
Your life experiences are the most important gift you can give to the future.
But how will your experiences be shared, learned from, and cherished, if they die with you? Even the most memorable stories, if not recorded and handed down, will be lost forever within a generation or two.
We're here to help.
At Pictures and Stories, we know the value of your life experiences. We help you record and preserve your best stories, bringing them to life in visually stunning books and documentary videos that will be enjoyed now—and cherished for generations.
Writing and publishing a personal history can be
an overwhelming task. We help you get it done.
After helping more than 100 of our clients capture their unique stories in high-end books and video, we have simplified and streamlined the process—from interviews to design and printing—breaking it down into simple steps.
Contact us now to see how we can help you capture your history, or read on for more details...
Here are some ways we can help:
Don't know where to start?
Or you've started a history, but now you're stuck?
Look at our "start-to-print" Personal History products, or consider attending one of our immersive Workshops or Life Story Adventures vacations. We will help you choose what stories to tell; all you have to do is tell them! Our team of professional writers, designers and printers will do the rest.
Have you already written your story?
Photos, letters and other images bring your words to life, drawing the reader into the story and making your book impossible to put down. Need help with scanning, page layout and printing? Our skilled graphic designers take the mystery out of pictures and pixels. Check out our Design and Printing Services.
Do you want to help a loved one tell his or her story?
To give a truly unique and personal gift to your parents or other loved ones, check out our Gift Certificates page. Or you may want to consider attending a Workshop or Life Story Adventures vacation with your loved one.
“Yours may be the words that relieve another’s isolation, that open the door to understanding, that influence the course of another’s path. If you write an autobiography for a great-great-grandniece not yet born, perhaps she will find it in her mother’s drawer, and she will be altered, perhaps even saved, through the wisdom you have sent.” Tristine Rainer