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Westchester Land Trust (vid)

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Westchester Land Trust 

The Westchester Land Trust honors three women who played distinct roles in the growth of the Trust from a few hundred acres 20 years ago to, now, more than 8,000 acres of open space and diverse landscape. The film premiered at the 2017 gala and continues to be used as a valuable information tool for the organization in a variety of settings, including the home page of their website.  (3:29 min)
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Children’s Peaceful Garden (vid)

Children’s Peaceful Garden(description)

Children's Peaceful Garden

The Children's Peaceful Garden teaches peaceful play while also promoting sustainable living using an easily replicated model. It's a program within the non profit organization, Something Good in the World. The program received funding and support from the Jane Goodall Institute's Roots and Shoots Program and will also be recognized at the United Nations on International Peace Day in September 2016. (3:32 min)
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The Dessertist (vid)

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The Dessertist

Research show 30 seconds is the sweet spot for success when it comes to a promotional video. Swirl through The Dessertist, a magical sweet shop in Croton-on-Hudson, NY, and be enticed! (0.37min)
Watch the extended version, delivered with a touch of personal history, here

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Good Choice Kitchen (vid)

Good Choice Kitchen (description)

Good Choice Kitchen

A short crowdfunding video was produced for personal chef Laurie Gershgorn to realize her goal of a new dream space, The Good Choice Kitchen in Ossining, New York. Laurie is passionate about cooking delicious, healthy dishes using locally grown, farm fresh organic produce from lower Hudson Valley to benefit the community. (2:08 min)
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Healthy Home Builders (vid)

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Healthy Home Builders

Watch this recent installment of "Watch Us Build," a weekly documentary diary of an environmentally friendly home being built in Scarsdale, New York. This film showcases the ways in which Healthy Home Builders is improving the way new homes are built, emphasizing durable and sustainable products such as Vermont slate. (1:34 min)
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Family Services of Westchester: We Are A Community (vid)

Family Services of Westchester: We Are A Community (description)

Family Services of Westchester: We Are A Community

This film, created for the 2016 Star Gala, showcases the broad range of innovative community programs offered by Family Services of Westchester. Featured are a few of those who have benefitted from at least one of the many FSW programs. (5:32 min)
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Friends of Karen: More Time to Love (vid)

Friends of Karen: More Time to Love (description)

Friends of Karen: More Time to Love

This film marks the 30-year legacy of Friends of Karen – a non-profit founded to support families who have a child battling critical illness.
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Joe Adami (vid)

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Joe Adami performs "Cry Me a River" at Embark/Peekskill

This is an excerpt from an hour long live concert we filmed at Embark/Peekskill New York as part of their Embark Suites Music Series 2016. We used three cameras to capture American Songwriter Joe Adami performing original music and some of his favorites, like this one, "Cry Me a River."
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Heartsong (vid)

Heartsong (description)

Heartsong

Heartsong is a unique non-profit organization offering music, art and dance therapy programs to all ages including those with special needs, dementia and Alzheimer’s.
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Patricia Williams, LCSW (vid)

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Patricia Williams, LCSW

Patricia Williams offers her philosophy and approach to couples therapy as a rejuvenation of hope in a short video for her website.
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Friends of Karen: A Portrait of Strength (vid)

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Friends of Karen: A Portrait of Strength

A poignant and intimate interview by NBC National Correspondent Kate Snow with teen Laura Barajas and her family, focused on how their lives dramatically changed with Laura’s cancer diagnosis and how much Friends of Karen provides in both financial and emotional support.
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