Stories. That’s what history is really about–and it’s what people love about the past. Hearing, telling, reading, sharing–stories connect us in so many ways.

For me, everyday objects and behaviors–from an antique desk, to an old house, to the act of rolling out dough for a pie crust–all are steeped in a rich history, if we only take the time to learn their stories.

This is what I try to do through my life and work: craft narratives that bring to light the essence of an object, an organization, an individual.

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