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Join us as we explore our history of storytelling and the various mediums that facilitate this enriching art form!
Pamela Jennings (57) shares a conversation with her father, Wyatt Jennings (88), about Wyatt’s upbringing on a tobacco farm in Virginia, his time in the armed services, his experience working as an automotive technician, and about the businesses he owned.
Tyler and Chris talk about cosplay photography, some do's and don'ts in the field and how to progress as an amateur photography among the crowds of fans at conventions.
A discussion of the people,graphics and messages in Susan’photographic series “Not In Your Face”.
Noel is a Full Sail student from Puerto Rico who moved to Florida two years ago and started paving his way into the industry, learning and experiencing new things every day; he shares his work path and how he got...
The story behind a typical 40's era family photo has had an effect far beyond it's vintage.
Friends Daisy Lynton (71) and Deidad “Enid” Vega (57) share a conversation about Daisy’s life growing up in Panama, how she came to the US, her work as a nurse, and her time living in Germany, El Paso, and Georgia,...
Anita (62) talks to Anjuli (28) about her time at Holton-Arms and about her family.
Summer Cody (22) talks to new friend Ray Stephens (76) about a person who Ray met during a 2012 blizzard and how that person changed Ray's life.
My neighbor, Everett Soucek, tell about his childhood, portland, hours time in the military, school, and ancestors. Worth listening to.
A 3-time Playboy Cover Model, Melissa Jean shares her life as a traveling freelance model, its challenges and its ups and downs
Who is Shoualue Thoj? Why is he significant in Hmong history? How does he contribute to Hmong entrepreneurship?
Two professional photographers from New York discuss their career, journeys, inspirations and ideas for the future
Brothers Ron Seybold (64) and Robert "Bob" Seybold (62) talk about their peace-time military service.
Friends Mimi Lee [no age given] and Julius “JD” Jackson (55) share a conversation about their childhoods, their involvement in community organizations, their careers, and how they each ended up in Rochester, New York.