There was a young girl who always loved to read, listen and imagine stories.
Her earliest recollection of storytelling was at 4 years old. She remembered walking over to the lounge room of her childhood home. She brought her favourite cane chair and her toy dog over to the painting. She positioned the chair, the dog, and herself opposite the painting. Those who saw her thought she was just staring at the painting.
The painting was of a forest, it was a dark painting, and had one small part sunlit, those rays of sunshine streamed through the canopy of the trees, and the river glistened. What she saw was not a painting but a story. That one painting had many stories created by her.
Whether it’s stories from a painting, or stories from photographs, or stories from people you meet. We all have stories. Throughout my life she had heard many stories from people of all walks of life. There are many stories to tell. She found that everyone has a story.
So she took her imagination for story and found that storytelling connects people. Storytelling connects one person to another. It connects communities. It connects in business.
With that in mind she created Picture Story.