Left: Capturing my father's story in the form of a book for his 80th Birthday started me down the trail toward this business. In November, 2013 I was able to tell his story in DVD format. Watch now!
Still I wish I had done it five years ago. The details are in my blog.
Left: Barb Sherf interviewing (the late) Lula Pidcock Mohr on the porch of the one-room schoolhouse in Bucks County. (Click on the image to watch the 26-minute film)
Below: A Family Conversation with John "Jack" Whittaker and his family sitting around the kitchen table. It was a Father's Day gift to him.
My name is Barbara Lee Sherf. I worked as a print and broadcast
journalist for over a decade, before telling other people’s stories by
pitching them to the media. In recent years I have been capturing life
stories in print and DVD.
It all started after capturing my father’s life story in print and co-authoring a book titled “Cowboy Mission: The Best Sermons are Lived...Not Preached.”
When I told people about the book, they would say, “I wish I had done that with my ____________.” So I decided to help folks capture their family history and legacy.
I have captured stories in the form of a framed over-sized article, a booklet, a book and on DVD. I feel this is a gift I have and sharing my gift with others has been fulfilling, and is perhaps my legacy to leave.
- Small group workshops
- One-on-one interviews
- A product to fit every budget
- Over-sized articles, booklets, books and DVDs
Local references available.
Rates vary by project. We will work within any budget.
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