Testimonials

Warwicks HTMCV teachers“When Stephanie Storey speaks, her generosity fills the room.”

“Her enthusiasm, quick-wit, energy and intelligence quickly captured everyone’s attention.”

“The crowd was enraptured by Stephanie’s storytelling.”

“She gave attendees the courage and inspiration to commit to their dream projects and tackle inevitable challenges.”

IMG_6375“Stephanie Storey easily distinguished herself as one of the best speakers that the Springfield Art Museum has hosted in recent memory. She took the time to ask questions about our groups’ particular interests, understand the Museum’s collection, and to consider what format would be most engaging. She didn’t just present her ideas and research, she created a dialogue with the audience. Like a viewer of Michelangelo’s Pietà, the crowd was enraptured by Stephanie’s storytelling.” –Joshua Best, Development and Marketing Coordinator for the Springfield Art Museum

IMG_5092“Stephanie Storey’s expertise brought my writing to the next level. Her understanding of what motivates readers, as evidenced in her own work, makes the difference between an abandoned novel and a beloved one. Stephanie’s funny anecdotes and warm heart kept the powerful information at manageable levels. This is not your average writing class. It’s one to write home about.” – Kathryn Culpepper, The Writing Barn, attendee/student

Chapters Book ClubWhen Stephanie Storey speaks, her generosity fills the room. Stephanie’s talent for inspiring new writers to action transformed our casual open mic into a salon of heartfelt encouragement and wise advice. Her approachable style, mentorship, and excellent Q&A responses made a professional contribution beyond expectation.  I have already recommended Stephanie Storey to other organizations as both an artist and a speaker. – Jennifer Dorner, Writing Fellow, Attic Institute, Portland, Oregon

image2 copy 3“Stephanie sparkles!  Her talks about Leonardo and Michelangelo combine solidly researched information and imagination, presented with engaging style.  She paints a vivid picture of the rivalry of these two great Renaissance giants–equals in genius, opposites in personality–working almost elbow to elbow in Florence for several years.” – Carolyn Watson, Art History Professor at Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina

IMG_4028“Stephanie Storey engages everyone in the room in her creative journey. She weaves her magic while imparting craft tips which are helpful to all writers. She presented one of the best workshops we have offered in recent months.” – Susan Williamson, Program Chair for the Winston-Salem Writers’ Workshop

IMG_3880The Asheville Art Museum enjoyed hosting Stephanie on her book tour for Oil and Marble! Although we don’t collect Italian Renaissance art, Stephanie tailored her discussion of the novel to include material on how Leonardo’s and Michelangelo’s masterpieces relate to our collection focus: 20th- and 21st-century American art with concentration on the arts of Southern Appalachia and Western North Carolina. No small feat, but she made it seem effortless and like the most natural thing in the world! Stephanie brings great energy and passion to her presentations, and her love for the subject matter is quite contagious. –Kristi McMillan, Adult Programs Manager at the Asheville Art Museum

IMG_5133“Author Stephanie Storey captivated the attention of her audience of around sixty Heber Springs residents keeping them spellbound as she spoke about her debut historical novel, Oil and MarbleHer enthusiasm, quick-wit, energy and intelligence quickly captured everyone’s attention and left the group feeling a part of her creative process… Stephanie’s passionate and animated presentation brought to life the historical important of these important works of art and the drama between these two masters as they created them. Stephanie encouraged each person to keep developing their own creative endeavors.” –Marilyn Wright, The Sun-Times, Heber Springs, Arkansas

image1“Stephanie Storey is a vibrant and engaging teaching artist whose presentation strikes the perfect balance between author’s talk and instructional lecture—she opened a window into her own writing world for Writing Barn attendees while giving them practical tools for improving their process. Most importantly, she gave writers the courage and inspiration to commit to their dream projects and tackle the inevitable challenges that come with writing and editing a book. Stephanie’s unique perspective as a producer enables her to speak candidly about making bold edits and brave character choices while staying true to the author’s voice.” – Claire Campbell, Program Manager at the Writing Barn

IMG_3790“With Oil and Marble, Stephanie Storey made Leonardo and Michelangelo come alive for art history students at The University of Mississippi.” – Nancy L. Wicker, Professor of Art History, The University of Mississippi, Author of Gender and the Archeology of Death

She is a fascinating individual whose passion is stimulating even for those of us without an artistic state of mind.” – Steve Vassallo, HoddyToddy.com

image3-2 copy“Stephanie Storey gave an enthused and interesting presentation to my English class with a focus on her novel and the process of writing.  Students were most positive in their feedback, and Ms. Storey’s story was both fun and inspirational.  A nice yet relevant break in the daily curriculum.” – T.G. Fink binder, APEX English teacher at Walter Johnson High School in Bethesda, MD

image1 copy“Stephanie brought her passion for art history to our students at Lakeside High School. It was very inspiring to hear her talk about her journey to learn about Leonardo and Michelangelo!” – Stony Evans, Library media specialist at Lakeside High School in Hot Springs, Arkansas

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