“The single most important thing you can do for your family may be the simplest of all: develop a strong family narrative.” – New York Times

At EverPresent, we are firm believers in creating a family narrative. The most rewarding projects that we handle are large archives rich with interesting family history. We enjoy looking over and digitizing the photos, slides, videos and film ourselves, but more importantly we find that the clients who undertake this project get the most out of it; knowing that they are doing a service for future generations and feeling the peace of mind that goes with having a secure digital archive.

“Children who have the most self-confidence have […] a strong ‘intergenerational self.'” – New York Times

This article from the New York Times website sheds a little light on why this may be the case.

Male generations - grandfather, son and grandson.
Male generations – grandfather, son and grandson.

“The ones who know a lot about their families tend to do better when they face challenges” – New York Times