We learn about ourselves, our families and our history through stories.
Stories are how we are remembered, a record that we were here and made an impact on the world.
My most recent project, a film about 96-year-old painter Nathalie Engdahl, is a tribute to this mother of four children, two of them artists—sculptor David Engdahl and painter Ellen Ehlenbeck.
Nathalie’s passion is painting nature raw and untouched to get people in today’s fast-paced society to appreciate the stillness and beauty that surrounds them.
The film is a celebration of her career as an artist, her creative inspiration and the legacy she is leaving her family and the arts community in her native York, Pennsylvania.
The film is due out later this summer.