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Jendi Coursey is a mother and a small business owner. This is her story of starting Indigo Studios and following her passion of photography. Jendi has business advice up her sleeves to share with you — take a look & listen.

As the owner of Indigo Studios, she works with a talented team of creative professionals to help businesses grow. Also, as a photographer, she enjoys providing clients with FUN portrait sessions (seriously!) and beautiful event photos that they’ll enjoy for years to come.

We created the interview in a digital story format! You’ll see why she has a reputation for fun photo sessions and helping businesses grow.

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When I asked my mom Vergilia whom she was grateful for in the momentous time when she, her 3 siblings, and parents arrived in the United States from Japan just after World War 2, this is the story that emerged. [click to continue…]

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Video Story: Dad’s Magic

by Adriana Dakin on August 25, 2011

in Creative Storytelling, Video Stories

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One year ago today, my father Henry Dakin died at age 73. He had lived a very productive life, helping organizations promote themselves right to the very end.

A video or digital story is a great way to pull together photos and voices in celebration. This story gives a view into our family albums back to about 1939. After brushing up my skills by creating a video for Young Women Social Entrepreneurs, [click to continue…]

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Thinking you might like to spice up your blog with a video interview of one of your favorite people (a team member, mentor, relative, friend etc)? Here’s an example.

For Roots of Peace, I talked with two of their team members in Vietnam via Skype. Together, we [click to continue…]

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Want to know how you can focus your efforts in social media and use tools that make it all a bit easier?

Here is a video story created after presenting to the Ukiah Women in Business Network and to prepare for a workshop today with WEST Company small business owners. Sort of face-paced to get it all into 5 minutes.

Feel free to contact us if this leaves you with questions or ideas on your mind.

 

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