When it comes to telling stories, I’m all about putting down words on the page (or more often than not, a Word document).
But stories can be told in all sorts of ways: through print, radio, photography, film, and art. So when my good friend Stephanie, who recently launched a new creative business, Stephanie Vermillion Studio, asked to interview me on camera, I said yes.
I’m much more used to asking questions than answering them – I work as a journalist, after all – but I decided to get over my nerves and just go for it. I’m so glad I did! Stephanie worked her magic to tell the story behind Stories My Suitcase Could Tell through film, turning our afternoon of catching up one snowing afternoon by the Hudson River into a mini movie about life as a travel blogger.
As I’ve said before, blogging is not just for the writer, but for the reader – and “for the story.”
Stephanie’s work shows that stories come in all shapes, sizes, and forms, and that video tells a story in a way other mediums can’t. To see Stephanie’s hard work (and me!) in action, go ahead, press play, and take a wee look “behind the scenes” of Stories My Suitcase Could Tell!
What medium do you like to discover stories through? Would you like to see more videos on Stories My Suitcase Could Tell?
Let me know in the comments below – I’d love to hear from you!
To learn more about Stephanie’s work, find her over on Facebook or Instagram!
Camila @ Adventitious Violet says
Oh my gosh what a sweet video! And you have the cutest Scottish accent! It’s been really fun to hear you and hear about your favourite travel experiences 🙂
Katie MacLeod says
Aw thanks Camila, I’m glad you liked it 🙂 (And pleased to hear you can still hear my Scottish accent after three years in the USA!).