Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Client Magnet Marketing Secrets

I had the privilege of videotaping Darnyelle Jervey of Incredible One Enterprises "Client Magnet Marketing Secrets", CMMS, 3 day workshop from Apr 23-25. It not only contained marketing ideas but also life coaching. About 70 men and women participated. Darnyelle is planning on having another CMMS workshop from Apr 29-May 1, 2013. If you have a business you should really consider attending as it truly is a live event you don't want to miss. Here's a link to 4 minute highlight clip. Client Magnet Marketing Secrets

Monday, June 25, 2012

Angie & Steve Bowlsbey

Angie & Steve Bowlsbey were married on Saturday, June 23, 2012 at Frog Hollow Golf Club Middletown, DE. What a beautiful day it was, bright and sunny. About 150 family and friends gathered to help celebrate and join in the fun. I had a great time working with Carrie Megahan of Reflections Photography. She's a great photographer and I recommend her highly. Here's a quick highlight clip

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

I videotaped the Islamic Academy of Delaware Graduation.  This is the 1st year the academy has been in operation.  About 50 students ranging from PreK to 6 grade graduated.  This was the first time I ever filmed anything in the Islamic religion.  Islam is rich in tradition and was evident during the ceremony with readings from the Quran.  It was a great experience for me and I was honored to be a part of it.
I videotaped The Crefeld School graduation on Friday, June 8, 2012. The Crefeld School is located in Philadelphia. A total of 21 graduates received their high school diplomas and many of the graduates will be attending area local colleges and universities for Music and Art. Congratulations to all graduates and best of luck in all you do!

I videotaped a memorial service on Friday, June 2. I worked with Doherty Funeral Home and, out of respect for the family, I will not mention names.

I know some people might think that videotaping a viewing and memorial service is a little ghoulish, however, if it aids in allowing closure for the family there is absolutely nothing wrong in doing it. In this situation several children could not attend due to distance and it was the only way that they could feel as though they were there.

I was extremely conscientious of the surroundings and what I was filming for the family. I was very unobtrusive, confining myself to the back of the room, and was able to capture footage of people entering the area and being greeted. It was a good shot and I was glad to be part of it. I do about 10 memorial services each year and, when your really think about it, a memorial service is a service for the attendants and a true celebration of life.