Brinkley retired from full-time teaching at St. Luke School in 2010. Since that time she was CEO for a non-profit organization, Habitat for Humanity in Columbus, and currently she substitute teaches at St. Luke. She recently finished a children's book, When Eva Hollers, due out in the Spring of 2020. She is currently working on a second children's book featuring her beagle, Gracie, and a broken-wing goose, Lucy, who has taken up residence on her lake. She writes poetry and prime number stories and enjoys photography. Click here to check out her site.
Her love of researching started in high school, continued through undergraduate and graduate school. She has been published in scholarly journals, community magazines and poetry journals. She also has published photography and has exhibited in several photography exhibitions.
When she inherited boxes of artifacts from her in-laws she found her passion for finding ways to preserve the past in a modern and engaging way. A friend mentioned how much she would appreciate preserving her family memories without having to lug around boxes and boxes of photos, letters and papers. Thus, MemoryScan was developed.
Click here to see a sample movie from a wedding album. Click here to see a movie made from trophy images.