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The Fields wedding was held at The Dome located at Indian River Plantation in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The picture was taken by Red Weasel Media RWM a professional multi-media company located in Va Beach Virginia specializing in wedding and special event photography and videography.

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Red Weasel Media RWM is in the process of shooting our next short film titled Tap Shoes. All of the footage was shot with the Nikon D7100. 

Red Weasel Media RWM is in the process of shooting our next short film titled Tap Shoes. All of the footage was shot with the Nikon D7100. 

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The Lawson wedding was located at the Virginia Beach Convention Center VBCC. The picture was taken by Red Weasel Media RWM a professional multi-media company located in Va Beach Virginia specializing in wedding and special event photography and videography.

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Hampton Roads, Virginia is home of the largest military bases in the USA.  Virginia Beach, the largest resort city on the east coast is hosting The Patriotic Festival— a military celebration to honor our armed forces personnel and their families.

The Patriotic Festival celebrates the military at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront for three days of National Touring Artists Concerts, along with military display & demos and a three day Oceanfront Air Show featuring The Blue Angels. Red Weasel Media did their part in saluting our brave troops serving now and in the past by capturing this amazing event. RWM ask you to remember the men and women of the United States military and Armed Forces for their heroism and the sacrifices they make for Americans.

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Red Weasel Media RWM partnered up with professional hair and  make-up company Updopro to do a high end fashion shoot at the Zen Garden located in Virginia Beach Virginia. Two camera men, a Vagabond, and two speedlights later… Here’s the final result.

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Photo shoot provided by Red Weasel Media RWM. 

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Polar Plunge 2014

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A polar plunge is an event held during the winter where participants enter a body of water despite the low temperature. In the United States polar bear plunges are usually held to raise money for a charitable organization.

Where else can you brave the cool waters of the Atlantic with 3300 plus fearless costume clad friends and support a good cause at the same time? Starting 2:30 p.m. Feb. 8, thousands will gather at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront at 6th Street and, on our signal, dash into the icy waters along with Red Weasel Media capturing the event as it unfolds. RWM team members will be taking photos of those who dare to brave the cold Atlantic Ocean, and will be interviewing participants as they come out of the water.

Whether you just dip your ankles or take a minute to splash around, it’s the coolest thing you’ll do all year… not to mention you are creating more opportunities for our athletes to experience the life changing benefits of participating in Special Olympics.

Special Olympics is a year-round international program of sports training and athletic competition for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in the sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community. By using sport as a vehicle for social change, Special Olympics Virginia strives to create opportunities for meaningful interaction and self-discovery for everyone, and the organization’s goal is to open the heart and mind of every Virginian to the value and ability of the intellectually disabled.

Plungers must raise $100 to participate; those under 18 must have a parent or guardian signature.

All photos were taken with the Nikon D7100 by Prince Happoldt of Red Weasel Media.

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A polar plunge is an event held during the winter where participants enter a body of water despite the low temperature. In the United States polar bear plunges are usually held to raise money for a charitable organization.

Where else can you brave the cool waters of the Atlantic with 3300 plus fearless costume clad friends and support a good cause at the same time? Starting 2:30 p.m. Feb. 8, thousands will gather at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront at 6th Street and, on our signal, dash into the icy waters along with Red Weasel Media capturing the event as it unfolds. RWM team members will be taking photos of those who dare to brave the cold Atlantic Ocean, and will be interviewing participants as they come out of the water.

Whether you just dip your ankles or take a minute to splash around, it’s the coolest thing you’ll do all year… not to mention you are creating more opportunities for our athletes to experience the life changing benefits of participating in Special Olympics.

Special Olympics is a year-round international program of sports training and athletic competition for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in the sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community. By using sport as a vehicle for social change, Special Olympics Virginia strives to create opportunities for meaningful interaction and self-discovery for everyone, and the organization’s goal is to open the heart and mind of every Virginian to the value and ability of the intellectually disabled.

Plungers must raise $100 to participate; those under 18 must have a parent or guardian signature.

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Doritos Superbowl Commercial 2014