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Why it’s never too late to record memories (and how to do it)

May 21, 2013

When I first started Reflect & Record, I had a few friends who told me that they wanted me to record their family members. Not right away, they said, but eventually. When they talked to their families about it, and found a good time. It never seemed like one of those urgent things. Eventually, I […]

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Reflect & Record featured in Austin Monthly magazine

Reflect & Record featured in Austin Monthly magazine

March 25, 2013

Reflect and Record is highlighted in the April issue of Austin Monthly magazine! A wonderful little article about what we do is sandwiched inside the covers, behind a woman who is about to chomp down on what I assume is one of the 24 best burgers in Austin. It can be surprisingly hard to find […]

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Watch Our Winning Documentary Online

March 19, 2013

Our SXSW premiere for Faces of Austin was a great success! The theater at Austin’s Carver Center was packed, with late-comers turned away. Fortunately, you can watch our winning documentary, “The Story of the Khabele School” with no wait or crowding. The City of Austin is hosting the film on its YouTube Channel. We were […]

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Reflect & Record included in 2013 Faces of Austin short film exhibition at SXSW!

February 13, 2013

If you’ve visited our homepage before, you’ve seen that we have a short video standing as an example of our business and non-profit work. It’s actually a trailer for a ten minute documentary called “The Story of the Khabele School.” Khabele Trailer from Reflect & Record on Vimeo. The film focuses on the unusual story […]

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Family Stories: Multimedia Video Memoir

January 4, 2013

I always try to emphasize how much recording memoirs means to families, and to me. In the case of our newest multimedia project, I don’t think the impact could be over-emphasized. I recorded the audio for Susan Miller’s memoir back in April. Susan has a rare hereditary and degenerative disease. She’s been in and out of comas […]

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“So Many Snapshots, So Few Voices Saved”

January 2, 2013

In last Sunday’s New York Times, editorial writer Verlyn Klinkenborg writes of his longing to hear lost voices in an essay called “So Many Snapshots, So Few Voices Saved.” His own voice was lost after a surgery on his vocal cords, and although he can speak again, his voice does not sound the same to him. […]

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Happy Holidays from Reflect and Record!

Happy Holidays from Reflect and Record!

December 20, 2012

We’ve been busy little memory elves here at Reflect & Record, finishing up projects in time for Christmas! We can’t wait to share them with you, but we have to give the families first looks! In the meantime, we’re so happy to share amazing Christmas-themed photographs and stories. Is this not the most wonderful family […]

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In December, Holiday Recording Sessions Benefit Texas Lions Camp!

In December, Holiday Recording Sessions Benefit Texas Lions Camp!

November 30, 2012

The summer I turned 21, I spent eight weeks as a camp counselor for mentally and physically challenged kids and adults at a place called Camp Tatiyee, in Northern Arizona. It was run by the Arizona Lions Club. Clubs across the state fundraised year round to send campers to us for a week. I swear, […]

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New business videos for Axeos LLC! – Austin small business video production

November 20, 2012

When you’re producing videos for your company, it’s a great idea to start with a series of short videos. It’s easy and cost-effective. So that’s what we just did for Axeos LLC, a Dallas-based corporate wellness company. Axeos already knew the power that video would have on their website. One of their co-founders, Pilar Angel, […]

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What’s It Like To Be Interviewed? A Client Testimonial

November 4, 2012

What should you expect when you sign up for a recording session with your family? In my opinion, two things: 1. To have a memorable and comfortable experience with your family. 2. To make a recording that you’ll treasure forever. But to quote Levar Burton, don’t take my word for it! I asked Rebecca and […]

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