Updated 11/24/2015 with new legacy video projects.
We’ve produced a number of tribute videos in the past few years for nonprofit organizations and religious institutions. In the course of producing these projects, we’ve recognized that there is a growing interest among families to preserve the memories of their older members so that future generations can benefit from their wisdom.
You can see them here:
- Retirement video for Msgr. Robert McDermott
- Tribute video for NJ State Sen. James Beach
- Tribute video for Saltzman Foundation
- Tribute video for Leon Levy retirement as Congregation President
A conversation recorded on video, documentary style, with members of your family from multiple generations, interspersed with family photo album pictures, scrapbook mementos, and home movies can be a powerful way to add context and understanding to how your family’s traditions and stories came to unfold in the ways they do.
We produced a series of video slide shows recently as a tribute to late Cherry Hill resident Norman Stofman so that his grandchildren would have a lasting understanding of Norman’s life and the things that mattered to him. Eleanor Stofman, Norman’s wife, graciously allowed us to share some of these videos here as examples of how a family legacy video might look.
Norman Stofman Video Part 1 – Early Years
Norman Stofman Video Part 4 – Life Cycle Events
We’re enthusiastic about working with you to produce a family legacy video that will honor your family’s past by preserving it for the future.