Sunday, November 10, 2013

Sentimental Videography


Many moons ago in a time that now feels far away I was a television reporter. I was an in-front-of-the-camera girl. While many of you may think I am a limelight kind of person if I am being frank I was never completely at ease in front of the camera. I covered breaking news in New York City and was out on the streets facing gruesome content night after night. It was a heck of a learning lesson - a lesson that lasted more than 5 years - but it was a chapter of my life I was happy to see closed. Or so I thought... 

I left TV to become a full time mom. That job has been my magnum opus. It has filled my heart with more love, pride, and humility than anything else ever could have. While I know it was the right decision to leave NY1 (the last newsroom where I worked full time) every so often I have found myself wondering what could have been if I had stayed the course. More and more in recent years I found I missed the interviews, the learning, the power of the message conveyed, and the pace of the work. I truly thought that chapter was closed but as fate would have it - a series of fortuitous events recently helped me to create a second career that uses the best of what I learned while working in TV.

This time around I am no longer in front of the camera and I am calling the shots on the content that I cover. I get to create story-boards, interview incredibly interesting people, and the schedule is flexible. The relationships I have been able to hand pick have been with wonderful non-profits. I am elated to help them share their stories. 

Because that is how fate works. Ask (and I did in the dark moments long after my husband had fallen asleep and I lay awake in my bed wondering about my next step) and you shall receive. I asked God to help me find a way to use my voice and talents to help others share good messages. And then the obstacles fell away from the path I was meant to take... Introducing Sentimental Videography. The newest branch on the tree that is this brand. I have officially launched a business that will create videos for individual people, non-profits, businesses, and schools. To get a better sense of what we can do please visit the Sentimental Videography page in the toolbar above or simply click here

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The video we recently created for The Center for Hope and Renewal

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