Examples

Oral history interviews are transcribed word for word. The document captures exactly what transpired during the interview.
The interview transcript can also be the basis for a narrative told solely in the voice of the interviewee with interviewer’s questions¬†removed.

Photos and scanned memorabilia, such as letters, journal pages, and receipts, add visual interest to the narrative. The results are published to suit your tastes, from a updatable looseleaf binder to a customized legacy volume.

Photohistories are like scrapbooks, with a focus on the visual, and a stronger emphasis on photos and graphics than text. You tell much of your story through photographs, letters, and the memorabilia of your past. The printed pages can be finished in a wide range of bindings. The content can be archived in digital form on CD or DVD to preserve and share with your family.