SHORT FILM

The journey of a little girl's first dance recital. Directed by Kirk Allen

SPECIAL EVENT

Here is a glimpse of our wedding videography

NON-PROFIT

Our coverage of the 2014 Polar Plunge at the Virginia Beach oceanfront

SPORTS

Skate and BMX expo at the East Coast Surfing Championships

DIGITAL REVOLUTION

THE POWER OF VIDEO

As the digital revolution evolves around us it is important to look at the capabilities of new devices and distribution streams. Since the days of early television, video has been an indispensable part of culture, society, and media industries. Since the beginning, it has been an avant-garde artistic medium, a high-tech consumer gadget, and a format for watching movies at home, a force for democracy, and the ultimate, ubiquitous means of documenting reality. We know it as an adaptable medium that bridges analog and digital, amateur and professional, broadcasting and recording, television and cinema, art and commercial culture, and old media and new digital networks.

SHORT FILM

TAP SHOES

When recital time rolls around, you know there will be plenty of anticipation and excitement in the air. We took this opportunity to introduce to the world a special little girl by the name of Kayleigh. It was her big night and first dance recital. She had been looking forward to that night for weeks. She loved getting all dolled up with the frilly dress, fancy hair and makeup. Follow her journey.

SPECIAL EVENT

WEDDING HIGHLIGHTS

>We take great pride in delivering timeless video that will allow you and your family the ability to remember those exact moments that define that special day you said "I Do." No matter the location or format we seamlessly blend our creativity and your ideas into the most incredible experience your wedding day has to offer. We took time out to showcase some of our wedding campaigns to better help you make that valued choice. Preserving those memories goes beyond just choosing a videographer but rather is a calculated decision that must be taken with the utmost thought. Our team understands the challenges of coordinating events, as well as the importance of those small details that must be captured. The essence of "Forever" must be treated with a sincere focus on personalization, and excellence. We strive to deliver each unique event one at a time with an exquisite attention to detail.

POLAR PLUNGE

NON PROFIT

A polar plunge is an event held during the winter where participants enter a body of water despite the low temperature. In the United States polar plunges are usually held to raise money for a charitable organization. Where else can you brave the cool waters of the Atlantic with 3300 plus fearless costume clad friends and support a good cause at the same time? Starting 2:30 p.m. Feb. 8, thousands will gather at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront at 6th Street and, on our signal, dash into the icy waters along with Red Weasel Media capturing the event as it unfolds. RWM team members will be taking photos of those who dare to brave the cold Atlantic Ocean, and will be interviewing participants as they come out of the water. Whether you just dip your ankles or take a minute to splash around, it's the coolest thing you'll do all year… not to mention you are creating more opportunities for our athletes to experience the life changing benefits of participating in Special Olympics.

Special Olympics is a year-round international program of sports training and athletic competition for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in the sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community. By using sport as a vehicle for social change, Special Olympics Virginia strives to create opportunities for meaningful interaction and self-discovery for everyone, and the organization’s goal is to open the heart and mind of every Virginian to the value and ability of the intellectually disabled. Plungers must raise $100 to participate; those under 18 must have a parent or guardian signature.

EAST COAST SURFING CHAMPIONSHIPS

BMX EXPO

August 24th 1963, in Virginia Beach the first Virginia Beach Surfing Carnival was held by the Virginia Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with the Virginia Beach Surfing Club and local surf board dealers. At the 1963 Gilgo Beach party, the case was made by the Virginia Beach crowd to move the event to Virginia because it was a more central location and easier to get to for East Coast surfers from Maine to Florida. Virginia Beach was already well known and had a better chance to truly become an annual East Coast Championship contest. The year 1965 worked all this out and people were heading to Virginia Beach for nicer weather and more consistent waves. The name “Virginia Beach Surfing Carnival” was dropped in favor of “The East Coast Surfing Championships.” As the contest evolved, more events were added, and thus the name it is today, “The East Coast Surfing Championships and Beach Sports Festival.” For purposes of record keeping and clarity, the 47 years of ECSC are defined only from the First Jaycee sponsored surfing event in August 1963. The Virginia Beach event began one year after the Bell’s Beach Classic in Australia… recognized as the world’s oldest surfing competition. The Virginia Beach event later absorbed the unofficial Gilgo Beach contest and adopted its name. Thus today ECSC is the second-longest, continuously-run surfing contest in the world.

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CONNECT WITH US ON SOCIAL MEDIA AND TELL US YOUR STORY.

DIGITAL REVOLUTION

THE POWER OF VIDEO

As the digital revolution evolves around us it is important to look at the capabilities of new devices and distribution streams. Since the days of early television, video has been an indispensable part of culture, society, and media industries. Since the beginning, it has been an avant-garde artistic medium, a high-tech consumer gadget, and a format for watching movies at home, a force for democracy, and the ultimate, ubiquitous means of documenting reality. We know it as an adaptable medium that bridges analog and digital, amateur and professional, broadcasting and recording, television and cinema, art and commercial culture, and old media and new digital networks.

SHORT FILM

TAP SHOES

When recital time rolls around, you know there will be plenty of anticipation and excitement in the air. We took this opportunity to introduce to the world a special little girl by the name of Kayleigh. It was her big night and first dance recital. She had been looking forward to that night for weeks. She loved getting all dolled up with the frilly dress, fancy hair and makeup. Follow her journey.

SPECIAL EVENTS

WEDDING HIGHLIGHTS

We take great pride in delivering timeless video that will allow you and your family the ability to remember those exact moments that define that special day you said "I Do." No matter the location or format we seamlessly blend our creativity and your ideas into the most incredible experience your wedding day has to offer. We took time out to showcase some of our wedding campaigns to better help you make that valued choice. Preserving those memories goes beyond just choosing a videographer but rather is a calculated decision that must be taken with the utmost thought. Our team understands the challenges of coordinating events, as well as the importance of those small details that must be captured. The essence of "Forever" must be treated with a sincere focus on personalization, and excellence. We strive to deliver each unique event one at a time with an exquisite attention to detail.

NON PROFIT

POLAR PLUNGE

A polar plunge is an event held during the winter where participants enter a body of water despite the low temperature. In the United States polar plunges are usually held to raise money for a charitable organization. Where else can you brave the cool waters of the Atlantic with 3300 plus fearless costume clad friends and support a good cause at the same time? Starting 2:30 p.m. Feb. 8, thousands will gather at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront at 6th Street and, on our signal, dash into the icy waters along with Red Weasel Media capturing the event as it unfolds. RWM team members will be taking photos of those who dare to brave the cold Atlantic Ocean, and will be interviewing participants as they come out of the water. Whether you just dip your ankles or take a minute to splash around, it's the coolest thing you'll do all year… not to mention you are creating more opportunities for our athletes to experience the life changing benefits of participating in Special Olympics.

Special Olympics is a year-round international program of sports training and athletic competition for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in the sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community. By using sport as a vehicle for social change, Special Olympics Virginia strives to create opportunities for meaningful interaction and self-discovery for everyone, and the organization’s goal is to open the heart and mind of every Virginian to the value and ability of the intellectually disabled. Plungers must raise $100 to participate; those under 18 must have a parent or guardian signature.

EAST COAST SURFING CHAMPIONSHIP

BMX EXPO

August 24th 1963, in Virginia Beach the first Virginia Beach Surfing Carnival was held by the Virginia Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with the Virginia Beach Surfing Club and local surf board dealers. At the 1963 Gilgo Beach party, the case was made by the Virginia Beach crowd to move the event to Virginia because it was a more central location and easier to get to for East Coast surfers from Maine to Florida. Virginia Beach was already well known and had a better chance to truly become an annual East Coast Championship contest. The year 1965 worked all this out and people were heading to Virginia Beach for nicer weather and more consistent waves. The name “Virginia Beach Surfing Carnival” was dropped in favor of “The East Coast Surfing Championships.” As the contest evolved, more events were added, and thus the name it is today, “The East Coast Surfing Championships and Beach Sports Festival.” For purposes of record keeping and clarity, the 47 years of ECSC are defined only from the First Jaycee sponsored surfing event in August 1963. The Virginia Beach event began one year after the Bell’s Beach Classic in Australia… recognized as the world’s oldest surfing competition. The Virginia Beach event later absorbed the unofficial Gilgo Beach contest and adopted its name. Thus today ECSC is the second-longest, continuously-run surfing contest in the world.