Christa Mulder and Katie Spellman

Katie Spellman (36) speaks with her mentor and collaborator, Christa Mulder (no age given), about their relationship, their pathways in science, what makes for a good mentor and collaborator, and what they have learned from each other.

Interviewing my mom:Ily Molina

This interview about me asking my mom about her time in Costa Rica

Sabrina Braun and Chris Braun

Husband and wife, Chris Braun (57) and Sabrina Braun (49), reflect their life together on their experiences during COVID.

Emily Taylor and Casey Andra

One Small Step partners Emily Taylor (28) and Casey Andra (48) discuss the challenges of being working mothers and their hopes for the future of our country


Mimi and I talked about her life and favorite family events.

Alex Guerra interviews Leo Guerra

Alex ask Leo, his father, about where he grew up and some questions about his life.

Norm Redland and Brian Redland

Brian Redland (41) interviews his father Norm Redland (77) about how their ancestors came to the US, his childhood in Wyoming, and trips that the two of them took.

The great thanksgiving listen – ivana

I interviewed my father Joseph charway Who is 65 years of age. in the interview we discussed a various amount of topics he talked about his childhood and the importance of family. In the interview you’ll see how Joseph’s upbringing...

Victor Acevedo and Ajax Greene

One Small Step partners Victor Acevedo (61) and Ajax Greene (66) discuss understanding LGBTQ identities as straight cis men, whether businesses should take political stands, and their fears around aging and disability.

Taeler Danhieux and Carrie Danhieux-Poole

Mother and daughter Carrie Danhieux-Poole (55) and Taeler Danhieux (32) recall Carrie finding out she was pregnant with Taeler, nearly giving her up for adoption, parenthood, and life lessons.

thanksgiving interview

the interviewee, Patrick Jordan, is a 55 year old male. we discussed things such as childhood, pattens, spiritual beliefs & traditions passed down through his family.

Adventurous German American Woman traveling in Remote Southern Mexico in 1959

Travel in remote Mexico to visit the Lacandon Indians in the jungle of Chiapas with a young documentary film maker in 1959. Travels of 19 year old Brigitte Heberle Stehlik and Manhattan Montana hitchhiking

Anna Katter and Julie Larsen

Anna Katter (35) interviews Dr. Julie Larsen (65) about memories of her son and Anna's partner, Dr. Ben Larsen, who died in a drowning accident on October 10, 2020. Memories include Ben's love for nature conservation, water sports, and the...

A helping hand for people that need it most.

A chat with an inspiring person that helps people with the use of lights and building greenhouses out of the greater good.

Senior to Senior

i interviewed my grandma about her childhood and what she was like when she was my age.

Let’s Play Tennis!

Gigi Merino interviews her dad, Robert Merino. He talks about his adventures from living in Costa Rica when he was a young boy, to wanting to be a professional athlete! He mentions his loving father and how he wanted to...

Tita Vera

I interview my grandma Vera Fernández, three days away from turning 91. We’re in Jacó, Costa Rica celebrating her birthday! We’re playing cards and she’s drinking whisky with ginger ale. She talks about her childhood as a farmer, her family,...

Austin Barraza and Roxanne Barraza

Austin Barraza (27) interviews his mom Roxanne Barraza (60) about her life, including her childhood, her parents, and being a mother.

Donna Pate and Brent Ottaway

One Small Step participants Donna Pate [no age given] and Brent Ottaway [no age given] discuss their travels, how their politics have changed over time, and how illness has affected them, their families, and their political views.

The Life of Yolanda Dziekonski!

Danielle interviews her grandmother, Yolanda, about her childhood, life, and parenthood.

Interview with my mom

We talked about, how it was like moving to the US.

Harriet Rosenberg and Monique Claudio

Monique Claudio (41) talks with her aunt Harriet Rosenberg [no age given] about the importance of family and knowing you are loved.