Why LifeChronicles

Stories Behind the Stories

Memories in the Making

Capturing lives when it matters most


If we are lucky, every one of us will eventually age and become “chronologically gifted”.

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Seriously Ill

For every person facing a serious illness or end of life, LifeChronicles creates video recordings.

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How it Works

We have often heard, “It sounds too good to be true!”

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What's New(s)

Remember Me

Frances Terry Schaefer – Director, Producer Brett Phillips – Director of Photography, Editor For more information, visit www.remembermefilm.org. This 12 minute documentary is the basis for an upcoming feature length film.

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Michelle Aurea Grinsel

was a force of nature that few encounter. In December, when her illness had advanced, her doctor referred her to LifeChronicles, knowing that they would help her create a loving memory of a moment in time with her sweet girls, River and Sea, her husband, Mark, and her mother, Aurea. It was a moving experience […]

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Featured in Good Housekeeping

On any given day of the week, filmmaker Kate Carter, 64, turns her digital camera on a dying stranger, making beautiful documentary-style videos of people whose lives are fading… Read the whole article, from January 2017, on the Good Housekeeping website.      

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