“When I was a young girl, I wanted to be a nurse. From the first teddy I got, to the numerous teddies I received over the year, I treaded their sicknesses while also putting bandage on them when they fell. My dad would sneak in through my bedroom door and videotape me playing with my fluffy friends. When I was nine years old, I got my first nursing set for my birthday. Dad filmed me opening up my present. When I turned 16, I went to school to study nursing. Now, 10 years later, I work as a assisting nurse at the cancer centre in Melbourne. I’m tremendously happy about my dad being the filmmaker he was when I was little who caught my most important moments in life that years later confirmed more and more of who I was and what I wanted to be. Being able to digitise my memories, and moments that I don’t even remember and being able to feel the same feelings again, reflects on the great times of life. Over the years footage have not been that well being taken care of which has left then old and sometimes damaged, is truly satisfying. I’m very happy to have had Video transfers to help me with our family’s old home videos. Their staff is tremendously friendly and understandable.”
Sarah from Elsternwick.
CTO, DeepOcean Entertainment
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