Bring your story to life!






During these challenging times as we practice social distancing, we’d like to suggest a way to enable our clients to take steps toward creating their video memoir and moving forward with their projects.


With our simple suggestions, you will be able to compose your questions, set up your camera or phone, and record your memories. Then we’ll take it from there with the editing, adding music, and polishing your masterpiece!


Get started by emailing us at or giving us a call at 413-623-6696. We will talk to you about your goals and the themes you want to cover, and guide you through the process.







As part of the process you’ll then gather old photographs and any video you may have. We’ll give you iinstructions as to where to send this material.








Our job will be to professionally edit your video, integrating all your materials as well as music, into a memoir you will be proud of. We’ll send you the final product, both digitally as well as on a DVD, to share with family and friends.


For guidelines, click here.





Thank you for a superb job! When I first approached the oral history department at our local college, I never expected that this project, something I have been planning on doing for a long time, would turn into a professional, lasting, and in fact quite touching video. I’m so thankful that I was finally able to relate the stories which have been important to me. Now my children and grandchildren will be able to learn about their heritage and hear stories from my life and career that are meaningful to me and that I have wanted to relate for many years.

Thank you too for always being so prompt in responding to my questions, for your care in handling my photographs and mementos, and for your deep interest in my and my family’s history. I deeply appreciate the additional work you have done to complete the story. Your years of experience in documentary filmmaking, film production, and post-production clearly made a huge difference and helped to create a product of which I am very proud.

Martin K.