As a MD Mitzvah Videographer, I use a fully-edited documentary style with cinematic touches, augmented with musical segments for montages, and highlights. A typical mitzvah video runs two hours or more and is delivered with custom designed labeling, package and motion menus, with quality only a Mitzvah Video specialist can provide. Contact your Potomac Videographer today to discuss your personal needs.
My special talks with the bar mitzvah or bat mitzvah has him or her help tell the story of the big day. See what distinguishes me from other Potomac Mitzvah Videographers and what makes my work so personal!
"I thought Allen (sic) did a fabulous job at our daughter's Bat Mitzvah. We are thrilled with the final product and have enjoyed watching our event relived through his work. We particularly liked the way he captured each moment in a documentary style." - Susan (Mother of the Bat Mitzvah)
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Service Locations: B'nai Tzedek, Potomac, MD; Hilton Gaithersburg, MD; Beth El Hebrew Congregation, Alexandria, VA; Tikvat Israel Congregation, Olney, MD; Adat Shalom, Potomac, MD
Party Locations: Hyatt Regency Bethesda, MD; Hilton Gaithersburg, MD; Beth El Hebrew Congregation, Alexandria, VA; Beth Sholom Congregation, Potomac, MD; Bethesda Country Club, MD; That's Amore, Rockville, MD
"Effervescent Evan Rocks the Red!"
Evan's Bar Mitzvah Highlights encompass his rehearsal at Har Shalom, Potomac, MD and a swinging, sports-themed party at the Hilton Gaithersburg, Gaithersburg, MD. As typical for him, he always had a big grin, a laugh and a twinkle in his eye.
Sarah listened to her parents and didn't "break the chain," l'dor va'dor. Her warm and beautifully done Bat Mitzvah service at Temple B'nai Shalom in Fairfax Station, VA is excerpted in this Highlights clip. Her party at the Hilton Dulles Airport was lively with lots of dancing, games, and singing.
"A Man of Many Personas"
Ari's Bar Mitzvah Highlights include the Reconstructionist service at
Adat Shalom, Potomac, MD. At the party at Guapo's Restaurant, Washington, DC, his talented family, with excellent singers, had a tranquil Havdalah ceremony and then launched into a lively mix of hora and other folk dances. Ari's sister and friends, veterans of many shows, did an impromptu performance of "You Can't Stop the Beat"...and they didn't as the dancing continued all night.