Samples

Productions I create for families are private, so some of my best work is not for public display. Contact me if you would like to see more samples. 


Donor recognition video sample

Donor recognition interview - shared with permission



Personal History production sample

Personal history interview - shared with permission


In 2016, I created a two-part production for a Minnesota company. One part was a two-hour life story production for the founder and his family. 

The second part was an 8 minute film about the founding of the company. It was shown at their 25th anniversay event, and helped newer employees understand the company story and values.

I don’t have permission to place the production on the web, but I can show a clip privately.  


Non-profit message video samples


Central Minnesota Habitat For Humanity Annual Breakfast film, November 2016. I created this for CMHFH, and was honored to talk with the good people of the Edelbrock neighborhood in St. Cloud and learn about the incredible potential for connection and revitalization. 


Celebration Lutheran Church Stewardship video



Joe Perske for Congress



Non-Profit Donor Stories

Donor Stories - produced for the Central Minnesota Community Foundation



Client Samples - Audio: 

Click on the small play icon on any of the samples below to listen.  

 

SAMPLE 1 - Leon

Leon in a successful business owner, husband and father.  His family is richer for knowing more about his life growing up on a farm in North Dakota.  (1:30)







SAMPLE 2 - Dorthea

Here are three short excerpts from Dorthea's stories about going to a country school and other events in the 1920's.  This is a great example of why life stories should be recorded.  (1:50)








SAMPLE 3 - Rachel

Even if you've written your stories, consider recording them in your voice.  Rachel is a wonderful writer, but her personal story about traveling by mule-drawn wagon to the general store is so much richer when she reads it aloud. (2:05) 










SAMPLE 4 - Joyce

Joyce had fascinating experiences as a young woman.  Would a teenager today think life in the 1940's would be dull?  Not if they hear Joyce's stories.  The production I created will be enjoyed by her family for many generations.  (1:37)







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