Services

I take on a variety of projects including videos for websites, family stories, commercials, documentaries, life story biographies, memory keepsakes, stock video footage, events and more!  Each video I create is it’s own custom produced art form.

I have helped many individuals and families to capture their stories.  I’ve been providing this unique service for 13 years since graduating with a Masters Degree from the IU School of Journalism.

I work with individuals in the comfort of their own homes, guiding with questions to capture memories.  The interviews become a treasure to be enjoyed and encountered again and again for years to come.

This service is very affordable and something every family needs!

Please contact me to talk about your project.

Stan and Helene

Joann Weismiller on Raising a Family

Granny – Farm Life

Hi Maryellen,
I want to let you know how important your work is.
Mother is in a home in Franklin Indiana. Her dementia has progressed to the point she is in hospice. She can't focus on much. Some day's she communicates a little.
Today I showed her the legacy video. I haven't played it for a long time. She seemed very engaged watching it. Who needs a memory when you have video? We both enjoyed it greatly. Thank you.

By the way aunt jean is also enamored with hers. She has given it to many of her friends and family . She's still doing well at 90.

Again, many thanks
J.B.

J.B.

My family thanks you for the most amazing gift of my parent's life story. Words alone cannot thank you enough.

Caryl Bowers

I just wanted to say thanks for putting together the awesome interview of Bema. The stories, pics and music were awesome. There were several things that I did not even know about my mom.....so thanks.

We all love her dearly and she is so special to us. It will be nice having these great memories for my kids.

Mike Weismiller

We worked on a project in 2011 called “The Wisdom of Women.” We gathered inside the home of Melvia Fields in Paris, KY for two days and literally soaked up all her wisdom. This project is probably one of the projects that has brought me the most joy. The DVD has blessed so many and it continues to live on. The gift is that she was able to give this as a legacy to her family.

Melvia passed away on January 22nd. I am so grateful that you and I had the opportunity to be in her presence. Thank you again for sharing your gifts and I just wanted you to know about Ms Melvia. Blessings to you and your family.

Sheila Spencer