You can’t spell Sonya Pfeiffer without storyteller—whether it’s art, journalism, lawyering, or film production—her life is about telling stories. The manner and means may vary. But the purpose is always the same—tell the story, the real story. And stories aren’t told without a protagonist, a thematic element, twists, turns, none of which can be predicted.
Yes, Sonya Pfeiffer is a lawyer—a famous one at that. She’s the owner of an art gallery. She’s a mother; a wife; a journalist; but most of all she’s human. And the arc of her professional trajectory has afforded her unique opportunities to connect with humans to tell their stories.
So the question is: what story does she remember most? Is it her love story? Is it someone’s saved from death row story? Is it the story of a political scandal? Or something else? We’re here to talk stories and humans.