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Austin, TX

512-296-8752

Storyhouse is a story-capture service committed to helping you and your loved ones gather and preserve the memories you hold most dear. Our personal historians conduct in-person interviews at your home or family gathering, then produce timeless videos, books and websites to help you share your stories now and for generations. 

 

 

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Your FAMILY stories are worth preserving.

 

Storyhouse helps you gather your favorite family anecdotes, jokes, and recipes, photos and videos.

We combine those elements  into a book, video or website so those memories can be shared now and for generations to come. Our focus is on stories that are at risk of being lost, but we know everyone has a story to tell, so let us help you add a meaningful layer to your next family reunion, wedding or       50th wedding anniversary!

 
“I think every family would benefit from using Storyhouse’s service. We enjoyed how much Daddy enjoyed sharing his life with you and we learned a lot about him in the process. He passed away shortly after the project was completed and w.jpg

GIFT IDEA: HEIRLOOM RECIPE PRINTS

The best way to begin the discovery of your rich family stories is to start with heart of most of our homes -- the kitchen. What would you do if you couldn't reproduce your Grandma Tillie's famous sugar cookies? Take a moment to gather the recipe, a photo of the chef and maybe your favorite quote or two and let us produce a family memory you can display in your kitchen now and for generations to come! 

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Featured PORCH story

We had the distinct privilege of interviewing Ms. Olyvia Green, one of the first African American teachers to integrate the Austin Independent School District. We were honored to help preserve her story for her former faculty and students, but most importantly, it brings us great joy to know her family will forever have access to these stories.