We serve the old and the young, the traveler and the homebody, the ill and the thriving, the teachers and the students, the natives and the immigrants. We serve the grieving, the struggling, the parent, the actor, the veteran, the couple, the friend, the athlete, the musician–quite literally any person who has memories they don’t want to lose–and all those who will come from them. The memories we capture together can depict childhood, a special place, epic journeys, transformations. They can stand in for a parent who died before their young child would ever know them. They can bring sweeping ancestry together so that family members generations apart might know one another on a personal level. They can serve as testimony of a person’s value and worth when they are struggling with self-worth and confidence. They can be told nearly a full lifetime later, in the moment as they are happening, or sent into the future from beyond the grave. There is no limit to what a your Memory Collective can be.