We are Beth Turner and Bryan Cantrell, co-owners of Storyteller Productions and partners in life.
We have tremendous respect for storytellers like Charles Kuralt, who traveled the country finding unique stories in out-of-the-way places. The stories varied widely in subject and setting, but shared a common theme: we’re all the same, we all want the same things, we all love the same, and we all have a story to tell.
Since 2005, we have been together, telling stories in various ways: through print journalism with columns in GTR Newspapers, through public television at RSU Public TV, through public schools at Union Public Schools, and through our feature-length documentary currently in production titled, “Randy Crouch: Survival of the Fiddlist.”
We know firsthand how hard it is to preserve precious memories. Exhibit A:
Uncle Gary didn’t know the time code was on Grandma Turner’s forehead. Cut Uncle Gary some slack, he never claimed to be a videographer. At least we have Grandma’s voice and laughter, which we digitized before the VHS disintegrated. Other grandparents of ours are only preserved in photographs, their voices and laughter fading from memory.
Whether it’s family memories you want to preserve, a product or service you’d like to promote, or a presentation that you’d like to stream online, contact us today. We want to tell your story.