Stories of a Life. 

Organize your photos, document your stories. 

Are you overwhelmed by boxes of photos and memorabilia?

Do you want to cry when you realize you have 30,000 photos on five digital platforms?

Do you want your photos saved so they can be shared?

Do you want to collect stories from your loved ones before it is too late?

If you answered yes to any of these questions I am here to help you. 


Let's Talk...

We are all storytellers, We live in a network of stories. There isn't a stronger connection between people than storytelling.

(Jimmy Neil Smith) 

 Our lives are made up of stories. We tell these stories through the photos we take, through the words we write and through the memories we collect in our minds. When we save and tell these stories we can see who we are and where we came from. We can see what we value most.


But too often our stories are simply boxes of photos dumped together or hundreds of digital photos that we can't even bear to sort through anymore. And rarely do we have those stories saved in ways that we can revisit them for generations to come. 

Let's work together to get your photos organized for yourself, for your children, for the next five generations. Let's work together to preserve your story. Because your story matters.


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Organized Stories



"Kim is absolutely amazing at making scrapbooks! She is able to take picture and mementos and turn them into stories about your life. It's such a special way to walk down memory lane. If you have memories you want to remember in a special way, look no further than Kim at Stories of a Life!"


"I asked Kim at Stories of a Life to compile a scrapbook of my husband's 29 years in Law Enforcement as a retirement gift for him. She did a wonderful job including photos from his graduation from the academy, to awards and citations he had received throughout his career. The letters from families of people he had helped and thank you notes from the children he often sent time with as part of his Community Policing duties helped describe the type of officer he was and human being he is. Kim Kiehl is a true artist...she takes her time to really get to know the person she is creating for. The end of a beautiful "documentary in book form' of the person. She has a true passion for her work and it comes through in the end product.

                                    Shari, Beaver Dams, NY


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