Founder: Liz Bryant

Experience: television news reporter of 7 years

Motto: I will live and not fear; I am the seeker of my wildest dreams

Look over at the tabs on the left of this page. Notice the words: what, why, who & how? Everything in life led up to this moment and I am bringing my experiences with me!

I retired in my seventh year as a television news reporter- the majority of that time with NBC News. Before I ever stepped out of the live truck to interview someone, I wrote “The 5 W's & The H” on a fresh sheet of white legal pad paper. This ensured I gathered all the facts.

By the time I was 5-years-old, I realized I wanted to be a reporter as I sat in front of the television with my attorney father watching COPS followed by prime time news. I became the Sports Editor of my high school yearbook; the main anchor of my college television station; a reporter in Joplin, Missouri who survived the Nation’s deadliest tornado since 1947; the lead reporter in my hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma; then to chase the news in San Diego.

On April 15, 2015, I set out to find a greater meaning of life. This landed me at the Mexico border on the Pacific Crest Trail. After hiking 2,200 miles for five months straight, I made it to the Washington border and truly understood life is all about balance.

The reason I loved reporting had nothing to do with the fame and everything to do with the places I went and people I met. I had the privilege of learning from a person’s best day of their life or worst day of their life. How did they react? What got them through? What does their support system look like?

As I grew, I realized I didn't want to report negative news and perpetuate negative human behavior any longer.  I want to empower and inspire people to know they control their destiny. You don’t have to make the news to have your story told. So here I am, ready to tell your tale!

Production Engineer: Kevin Midei

Experience: Part 107 Certified Remote Drone Pilot & Mechanical Engineer

Motto: Easy Bro

From riding a dirt bike 6,000 miles off-road across the United States, to hiking 2,200 miles along the Pacific Crest Trail, Kevin Midei brings his exploration and determination to each project. 

Kevin has five years experience as a mechanical engineer. He has built robots to crumble nuclear power plants and designed solar systems for more than 1,000 homes. Click the "in-depth" tab on his pictures above to learn more.

Kevin received the highest score at a San Diego testing center, a 97-percent, when earning his Part 107 Certified Remote Drone Pilot.

Kevin unites his passion for engineering, equipment and aerial footage at each My Story Tale production. He uses industry leading stabilization to achieve seamless video shots.