Post by Phyllis Marsh.
Post by Phyllis Marsh.
Post by Marsh Video Productions. We love working with the ice skating teams. Definitely keeps us on our toes!We did five events in two weekends, so I am really looking forward to getting all of my editing done and be completely caught up before 2014 (especially before “Marsh Madness” starts up at the end of […]
Post by Marsh Video Productions.
We just got an order in the mail from a bride and groom whose wedding we did in 1999. We are converting their family 8mm videotapes to DVDs. It’s fun to see Stacy and Jimmy’s kids growing up.( Stacy had contacted me via Facebook about doing this conversion work. Since they live on the western […]
Just a reminder that the holidays are quickly approaching. Anyone looking for that perfect gift need look no further. Those old home movies and videotapes need to be converted to DVDs to be enjoyed by all generations. Give us a call at 410-822-9010 or send us an email at email@example.com for more information. Just don’t […]
https://www.facebook.com/notes/marsh-video-productions/talbot-classic-2013/408518495906432#!/notes/marsh-video-productions/talbot-classic-2013/408518495906432 The director of the Talbot Classic forwarded an email to us she received on Monday. Check out the Facebook note I posted this morning (see link above).
Last week a very nice lady from England brought us an old Betamax videotape from 1986 which had the Royal Wedding of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson on it. We converted it to DVD for her. While playing it, I heard something that I thought was a great recommendation for videotaping weddings. I couldn't have said it […]
Last night we had the pleasure of videotaping once again the Talbot Figure Skating Team. Their Winter Skating Exhibition at the Talbot County Community Center was as charming and entertaining as ever. If you want to see some stills from the videotape we shot, go to my Facebook fan page.
Starting July 1, when we went to the Castleton Festival in Virginia and videotaped La Boheme for Maestro Lorin Maazel, my mantra has been, “Just get through July, just get through July…” We are officially done with July, so I decided it was definitely time to get a blog entry done. Although I […]
A dear friend of ours is battling a serious disease and we have been trying to convince him to call Talbot Hospice. Case took a copy of a Marsh Video DVD we did for Hospice a few years back. Although most of us think Hospice is just for people in the last stages of life with no hope of […]
Case and I just finished doing a public relations project for Pepco Holdings (Delmarva Power) regarding the MAPP. (With wedding and event video, I am the boss; with commercial work, Case is the boss.) Here is the link to the videos: http://webapps.powerpathway.com/mapp/ We will be doing more of these interviews in the next few months. Between weddings, […]
"Marsh Madness" came to a successful close last night after we finished videotaping two performances of North Dorchester High School's senior class play, Hairspray. We taped two performances because there were two casts. Both the matinee and the evening performances were very well staged and full of energy and life. (We call it "Marsh Madness" […]
After fifteen years of begging drama teacher Donna James to have her school, Cambridge-South Dorchester High School, perform my very favorite musical, she finally did "Guys and Dolls". It was worth the wait. Beautifully staged and well-sung and acted, it was a real treat to tape last night. Her son Mike did the sets, and as […]
Last weekend Saints Peter and Paul Middle School staged the junior version of Thoroughly Modern Millie. It was quite charming, entertaining, and full of life. The costumes and hair were wonderful. Next year the school is performing Aladdin, Junior. It will be hard to top this year's show. Here are a few shots from the […]
Last weekend we taped “Desire Under the Elms” at Church Hill Theatre in Church Hill, Maryland, which is just north of Centreville, Maryland. It was a very powerful performance of a very powerful play by Eugene O’Neill. The show runs through March 13. Kudos for a job well-done.