Who am I?
What do I do?
Why should you care?
It all started with a cassette recorder I got for Christmas when I was 12 years old growing up in Southern California. I interviewed relatives, friends and anyone else that might have a good story. The broadcast bug was solidified in high school when I got 15 minutes of fame being on-air briefly at 2 major Los Angeles radio stations.
Everyone has a story. I strongly feel that stories have power. Chances are that if you are going through something, someone else probably has as well. Stories help us understand each other.
I am a facilitator that helps other people tell their stories - even if they don't think they have one.
You don’t have to agree with everyone, but in my opinion, if people would take more time getting to knowing more about others and where they are coming from, we just might find out that we have more similarities than differences.
if you have a private family heritage story you want remembered, but NOT on TV, Doug has introduced a custom interview service available on a limited basis. For details go to FamilyHeritageStories.com