Have you or someone you love been touched by a vaccine-preventable disease? It’s easy to share a story with Shot by Shot. Our tools can help guide you through the process. Best of all, our team can help you edit or shorten your video so you your story will be exactly the way you want it.

Get help to create your story:

  • Tell your own story (download kit)
  • Interview someone else (download full kit) (download easy start kit)
  • Invite someone to videotape your story (download kit)
  • Write or audio record your story (download kit) Note: Shot By Shot staff are available to help you personally with your written story. We work with you and can even interview you by phone, help you select photos, do the layout, etc. If you’re in the SF Bay Area, we may also be able to video record your story. Email info@shotbyshot.org to ask about our process. We’re happy to help!
  • Consent and Release Agreement and On-Camera Identification (download). This is the legal form you sign to give Shot By Shot permission to post and distribute your story.

Ready to submit your story?  There are a couple ways to submit:

Upload Your Own Story to YouTube

We welcome your submissions! However, any new story submissions are subject to review and are not automatically posted on the ShotByShot.org website. You will be contacted following your submission to let you know if you story meets our guidelines. You can also email us to ask questions at info@shotbyshot.org.

Do this if:
• You have a YouTube account, and
• You are also okay if your video is visible on the Shot By Shot YouTube channel

Mail Your Own Story To Us

Do this if:
You want your video visible on the Shot By Shot website but not on YouTube. Be sure to include your contact information.

Mail Someone Else’s Story To Us

Do this if:
You are sharing a video of someone you interviewed. We’ll need to confirm anyone featured in the story has given permission before we can post the story on our site.


who we are

Stories put a face on vaccine-preventable diseases. Our collection of videos and written stories is an education and awareness resource for your patients, colleagues, students, clients, and community.

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