After several years indoors and a year off due to the pandemic, 1000 Faces Mask Theater returned to the great outdoors — specifically to a grassy hill beside Pen Druid Brewing in Sperryville, Va., with the Blue Ridge Mountains as backdrop. Besides the perfect weather and a big crowd, Peggy Schadler's masks and play were wonderful as always, the band was terrific, and — most important — we brought three cameras.
Our first animation! Conceived by Jane Bowling-Wilson, executive director of the Northern Piedmont Community Foundation, with wonderful illustrations by Lucas Wilson and top-notch voiceover by Tish Iceton.
Edited and provided footage, stills and music for a video initially meant to be released for the Rappahannock League for Environmental Protection's 20th anniversary in 2020 — but delayed for a year, like many celebrations, by the pandemic.
We shot, edited and produced short but eye-opening documentary on high school life during the pandemic at Rappahannock County High School in Washington, Va., for the Rapp Center for Education (RappCE).
If you're like me, music just makes you happy — or makes you feel like dancing, or dreaming, or hits the precise notes to put you at peace with the world.
We shot and edited 1000 Faces Mask Theater's performance of Peggy Schadler's latest show, "Another Crack in the Cosmic Egg," on Sept. 28, 2019 at Castleton Festival Tent in Castleton, Va.
Shot, edited and produced video on Woolf Lavender Farm, a beautifully renovated home with a peerless view of the Blue Ridge that can be easily adapted for agricultural or agri-tourism use — for use on YouTube, Facebook and in online real estate listings.
Shot, edited and scored our first official news-oriented documentary short, a five-minute video for the Rappahannock County-based Foothills Forum on one of Rappahannock’s longest-running, all-hands-on-deck volunteer traditions: the Amissville Christmas holiday gift basket project.
Shot, edited and produced video on the Rappahannock Association for Arts and Community's annual Fall Art Tour, for use on YouTube, Facebook and as a featurette at Little Washington Theatre events.