Feb. 13/2022 - Digitizing Analog Sources since 2002, I am currently retired, but still do special projects and the odd customer.
I am still very interested in any that are of Canadian historical significance, which I upload to my youtube channel with credits,
which now has over 300 uploads and gets about 3,000 to 5,000 views per month.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BIxiHJDztjA 2019 tv interview about my Canada historical home movies project
steve hartwell firstname.lastname@example.org 905-650-1684 st catharines ontario, canada, L2T1N2
** "Dear Steve, I cannot thank you enough for helping me save to digital my and my family's memories - Sincerely, Vickie"** typical customer appreciation
** David Sharron, Head - Archives & Special Collections, Brock University -- "Steve Hartwell has digitized various archival film formats for the Brock University Archives over the years. This has allowed us to provide access to these historical records to new generations of researchers. Steve is very professional and passionate about his work and I endorse the fine work of HomeMovies.ca." **
** Penny Morningstar, former Curator of Welland Museum, retired **
**Kathleen Powell, Curator of St Catharines Museum and Welland Canals Centre **
**Sara Byers, Asst. Curator - City of Niagara Falls Museums -- “Steve’s interest and passion for Canadian historic films was a benefit to our work together digitizing a variety of recorded media in the artefact collection, much of which had not been viewed for many years. Helping us to rediscover and reconnect with this lively part of Niagara Falls history has inspired us to move forward in developing this area of the artifact collections.”**