In Episode 32 of A Story Not Forgotten, Liam is joined by spokesmodel, voice actor, and cosplay superstar Jessica Nigri as she shares a story about how she and her family used to amuse themselves back in the day. (And why you should never share eyeliner with her…)
Nothing worthwhile comes without a fight. In episode 31, artist and musician Karen Sim details the struggles that kept her from creating, and the leap of faith she made in order to try to regain her spark…
In Episode 29 of the A Story Not Forgotten Podcast, Liam reunites with a fellow performer from the short film profiled in Episode 21, Emre Cords, who shares a harrowing story of his younger days attempting to flee Libya to a less than warm welcome, and then a few tales of his experiences in the musical industry after landing on Canadian shores.
For Episode 28 of the A Story Not Forgotten Podcast, Liam sits down with Warren Cummins, a fellow distinguished gentleman he met through the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride, when Warren offered up his sidecar as a rolling camera platform for the event. But there is so much more to Warren than just a cool bike. He shares a story of a research trip in the far North and the sorts of cuisine (and practical jokes) that you find out on the tundra…
Enjoy the latest episode of the A Story Not Forgotten podcast where Liam interviews Rea Hailley. Rea has an incredible story about working on a cruise ship that caught fire while off the coast of Miami.
One of the best parts of our job is learning about people and hearing their stories. Although some of our clients allow their life story projects to be available to the public, others are kept private for their own personal reasons. That is why we created our podcast that we call “A Story Not Forgotten“. The podcast gives us the opportunity to interview people and ask them to tell us one story from their life that we can share.
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At the time of writing this post, we just released episode three of A Story Not Forgotten and on that episode we interviewed Les Wiseman. Les teaches communications and all forms of writing at Royal Roads University in Victoria. On the show, he tells us a story about how he went from being a construction worker to becoming the associate editor of a prestigious magazine while hanging out with legends like Frank Zappa, Iggy Pop, Tom Jones, Bob Hope, Wes Craven, Joey Ramone and Kurt Vonnegut.
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