Long Story Short’s in-depth process allows families to experience the richness of their history, literally, right in front of their eyes.
Westchester, NY (PRWEB) July 12, 2011
Sol’s mother used to take him to the New York Botanical Gardens in the late 1930s when he was a child. He would sit on a tree branch, imagining himself to be the space hero Buck Rogers and the branch his rocket ship. Now in his late 70s, Sol still visits the gardens, stands by that same tree branch and reminisces about his childhood. All of this has been captured, and preserved for Sol’s children and grandchildren thanks to Long Story Short.
Founded in Westchester NY by former advertising editor Larry Horowitz, the new business offers to capture and document your personal history on film. The films are made for all sorts of reasons, from a birthday or anniversary to a retirement, sometimes just to capture the life of a loved one. This includes a multi-faceted process with loved-ones interviewed in their own home, filming a walk around a childhood neighborhood, as well as reaching out to old associates and extended family. The documentaries also include other documentation like family photographs, slides, home movies, newspaper articles, birth certificates, heirlooms and more. No detail is left untouched or overlooked. This is a simple opportunity to capture and preserve the people, place or event that helped shape who you are today. Long Story Short’s in-depth process allows families to experience the richness of their history, literally, right in front of their eyes.
Long Story Short was developed by Larry Horowitz who has been in the TV business for over 30 years doing , editing and advertising for many companies including Proctor & Gamble, Coca-Cola, L’Oreal and AT&T. He combines his artistic and technical craft with an unsurpassed ability to listen & learn from his clients and tell their story in the best possible way. This is a unique historic gift to share about the history of one’s life, an event or how a corporation became successful.
Please visit the website to learn more about this business at http://www.longstoryshort.com or call at 917-882-7580 to learn more.
To see Sol talking by his tree branch, go to http://longstoryshort.com/samples.php?vid=2.