From Dirt Farmer to Top Kenosha Ophthalmologist

My Grandpa discusses how he became the first one of his family to go to college, as well as his process of becoming the top opthalmologist in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

Carolyn Ellingson and Catherine (Birdy) Johnson

Catherine Johnson (38) interviews her mom Carolyn Ellingson (80) about what the pandemic has been like and how it feels to be vaccinated, Carolyn's life growing up, living through traumatic loss and grief, and the things in life that help...

Eli Beller and Jorge Lazareff

Friends Jorge Lazareff (67) and Eli Beller (30) discuss Jorge's migratory journey from his homeland of Argentina to the United States and the various countries Jorge worked in along the way.

Elmer Alvarez and his story about Bell Palsy Interviewed by Geraldine Alvarez

This interview takes place in Los Angles, California with My Father Elmer Alvarez, who is 44 years old. I the interviewer, am 17 years old. My name is Geraldine Alvarez and I am his daughter. The topic we discussed is...

Holland Forsythe and Michael Farmer

Holland Forsythe (19) catches up with her friend, Michael Farmer (19) about what it's like to attend film school in Los Angeles. The two also discuss Michael's outlandish trip to a remote farm in Colorado.

Victor Mendoza and Emily Mendoza.

Emily Mendoza (25) talks with her brother, Victor Mendoza (17) about her childhood and growing up. She talks about how she would like to be remembered through memories with individuals. She takes on the topic of parenthood and how it...

The Heat of Hardship on the Blade of a Boy with David Perez and Eli Goodman

Eli Goodman (17) talks with his childhood best friend David (17) about the struggles of growing up in poverty without biological parents, and how the pain of his past positively affected his future.

Sharon and Sierra Sorrentino

Sharon Sorrentino would sing the opening song, Stevie Wonder’s “My Cherie Amour,'' to her daughter, Sierra Sorrentino, constantly when she was a baby. Perhaps it was her choir background that gave her the chops to adapt the great Wonder’s lyrics...