The Storyline Group began publishing corporate and family legacy books and histories nearly 30 years ago. Today, we continue to assist companies, schools and other organizations in publishing coffee table histories that enhance their milestone celebrations and strengthen their brands. Our turnkey services include research and story development, writing, editing, design and production.
Our publishing professionals also assist authors in developing, editing, and co-authoring their stories, as well as designing book covers and interior pages. As the internet has become the dominant marketing and distribution medium for publishing, we have adapted and expanded our services to cater to the increasingly popular self publishing and e-book choices, and we collaborate with clients to develop customized marketing, distribution and social media promotion strategies.
The Storyline Group also includes professionals skilled in archival research, organization and preservation; graphic design; video/TV production; and strategic marketing.
Senior Editor A former journalist and advertising executive, Phil published his first corporate history in 1994. He established The Storyline Group in 2002 and today co-authors legacy books, writes histories and dabbles in feature film production.
Managing Editor Adam joined The Storyline Group in 2016 as a writer and editor, having formerly served as an English teacher in South Korea and editor of the Gwangju News. Today, he writes, edits and oversees the day-to-day operations of all Storyline projects.
Archivist Rachel joined The Storyline Group in 2019 to develop and lead the company’s archiving services division. Her resume includes archival research working with the DeKalb History Center and The Coca-Cola Company.