Manassas in 3DExhibit VideoAfter exploring Manassas battlefield, visitors enter a historic home and put on 3D glasses. This unique video was created by taking historic stereoscopic photos of the battlefield and processing them into red/cyan anaglyph images. It’s a great example of an economical but engaging approach to bringing historic media to life.
George Washington RemembersTraveling Exhibit FilmGeorge Washington’s own words narrate three vignettes from his dramatic early military career on the Pennsylvania frontier—experiences that would have a profound effect on him later in life: a devastating friendly fire incident, a disastrous expedition under General Braddock, and a crushing defeat at Fort Necessity.The film was shot on location … Read More
Paso Por Aqui Visitor Center Interpretive Film The Zuni Indians’ Puebloan ancestors called it Atsinna, Place of Writings on the Rock. The Spaniards called it El Morro, The Headland. American settlers called it Inscription Rock. Over the centuries, those who stopped at this reliable watering hole left carved evidence of their passage: symbols, names, dates, … Read More
Refuge of the American Spirit Visitor Center Interpretive Film The words of our nation’s “Conservationist President” are woven together with scenes of his beloved North Dakota badlands, a place “so fantastically broken in form and so bizarre in color as to seem hardly properly to belong to this earth.” We shot across the four seasons, retraced … Read More
Corinth Crossroads Visitor Center Interpretive Film The siege and occupation of Corinth, MS was fraught with desperate fighting, disease, and starvation. The words of soldiers, citizens, and African American “contraband” bring to life their experiences. We worked with historic homes, a local costume shop, and regional reenactors to provide an authenticity and connection to the … Read More
Visitor Center Theatrical Film, Exhibit Media, and InteractivesOur crew—loaded down with gear, lights, and lots of batteries— crawled through cold, dark, muddy passageways—passageways with names like Fat Man’s Misery and Peanut Butter Alley.Hidden Wonder, narrated by Dirty Jobs host Mike Rowe, takes viewers on a journey with a cave survey team as they map out … Read More
Enduring Legacy Visitor Center Interpretive Film A young John Adams cuts reeds in a salt marsh. John Quincy plants peach stones in his wife’s glass bowls to see their roots grow. In his family’s Stone Library, Charles Francis edits the letters of his grandparents. These glimpses into the life of the Adams Family are told … Read More