Archive for Main Sail Video Productions
This wedding gown embellished with seashells would be any bride’s dream come true.
She painstakingly sewed and glued shells, beads and pearls for an extraordinarily elegant silhouette.
Her artistry in every detail is phenomenal.
I’m in awe of how beautiful she and the dress are in this back drop of Sanibel and Captiva.
Melinda made flower girl dresses embellished with seashells to complete her bridal collection.
Laura and Valya were seashell princesses of the beach.
I was tickled to tag along on a photo shoot at Captiva’s Blind Pass beach with friend and producer Ilene Safron of¬ Main Sail Video Productions¬ as she and her team filmed Melinda for a national television segment. I have no idea what this shoot will be for or when it¬†will air but I’m sure Nancy will let us know when she has details (fingers crossed!).
It was a day to remember with Nancy from Lee County VCB, Melinda, photographer Doug, Tracy (from Main Sail Video as well) and Ilene.
¬†These talented folks have a lot of fun!
It was a beautiful day for Melinda to share with her mom as well.
To see her dress on display on¬†Sanibel, stop by Melinda’s beautiful¬†retail shop inspired by the sea called Surroundings.
You won’t believe this……… ¬ iLoveshelling.com is going to be in the news!!!!! Thanks to you!!
I guess you’ve been spreading the word about my shelling blog and the pictures I’ve been posting because I had two…..yep, I said “TWO” interviews yesterday for the press. Holy cow!
Yesterday morning, I met writer David LaGaccia from the Florida Weekly newspaper at the lighthouse beach to show him why we all loving shelling so much. What a nice guy. ¬†He didn’t know a lot about seashells or any of the other treasures that wash up on our beaches so I think he was genuinely intrigued. I was a little nervous so I completely forgot to take a picture of him or the shells on the beach to share. Okay, ¬†maybe I was a little more nervous than I thought because I felt so tongue tied¬†being interviewed and goofy having my picture taken. I’m usually the one behind the camera taking the pictures.
And then I started SWEATING (sorry, but I had to scream). Get this- in the afternoon, I had an interview with Ilene Safron from Main Sail Video Productions to do a segment for our local news channel¬ WINK TV. They filmed me blogging! I am like a deer in head lights when I have to speak on a video and this is going to be on TV. Yikes! Ilene and her assistant Jessica turned out to be very easy and calming that my anxiety changed to excitement. I was even more relaxed when we got to the beach at Blind Pass where I got to show them all of the shells.¬†So now I’m more excited than crazy (a shower helped too- LOL) and I can’t wait until both show up next week.
The Florida Weekly will hit the stands on Wednesday June 23.
The WINK TV (local CBS affiliate) segment will air Friday June 25 at noon
I had to share all of the excitement since you are helping to spread the shelling joy! I’ll keep you posted.