Featured Service
Video & Multimedia Tributes
Feature Service video A video or multimedia presentation is an exciting, interactive way to capture and share a Personal History, Professional Bio, or Story Telling Session.

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So many ways to share your story



Record your history or that of a loved one.


A vivid, living record of loved ones' thoughts and memories.


Share a collaborative process of creating an archive with your loved ones.


An easy way right for your family or friends to keep up to date with each others.

Business Applications

Refine your boi, presentation, or pitch for greater success.

Story Telling

Professional storying telling can liven up your event.


Confide in someone who will listen and not judge.

Baby Makes 3

Create a lasting record of how your bundle of joy has changed your life.


Services: Confessions

If You Wish to:

you could talk about something in your personal or business life that has been eating away at you with someone who will not condemn your actions or offer advice, but would maintain strict confidentiality.

Our Service would be to:

  • Offer a trained secular relationship in which a person can “confess” to someone outside the family, business or social set in which the secret lies.

  • ffer a way for a person to no longer have to bear a terrible remembrance alone.

  • By-pass, at least with us, what further tasks of counseling, advice, therapy or spiritual goals, and just listen.

  • Provide such an usual service based on 50 years of highly tuned listening skills and an empathetic appreciation of our human nature — the secrete heartache it sometimes buries within us, and the unburdening process that can be started.

Start an exploratory conversation by clicking:
or call: (908) 237-9205.


"I'm so grateful to Ron O'Reilly for capturing the life story of my father. He's gone now but he lives on in an Heirloom Photo Album that I share with my children, and they will share with their children. I recommend Ron to any family who wants to preserve the memory and personality of someone special for generations to come."
~ Jason Miller
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