Science Museum of Virginia

Debut time lapse footage on PBS

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The story of how we got on PBS: We were contracted by W. M. Jordan Company and The Science Museum of Virginia to document the moving of the Blackbird SR-71 Spy Plane from the Aviation Museum by the Richmond International Airport to The Science Museum of Virginia on Broad Street. While doing so, we befriended…

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Dewey Gottwald Center construction update at the Science Museum of Virginia

Dewey Gottwald Center construction update at the Science Museum of Virginia

Take a quick look around at the progress inside and out as they work on the steel frame of the future Dewey Gottwald Center, a community event and exhibition facility at the Science Museum of Virginia. ——————————————— Location: www.smv.org Contractor: www.wmjordan.com Video: www.RichmondTimeLapse.com

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SR 71 Test Lift for The Science Museum of Virginia

SR-71 Test Lift filmed by RichmondTime Lapse

Companies large and small trust us to capture images that don’t just show the before and after, but the entire process. Once captured, Richmond Time Lapse edits the footage into dynamic time lapse video presentations. Richmond Time Lapse was there as WM Jordan planned their exciting move of Richmond’s SR-71 Cold War spy plane. The…

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Science Museum of VA – Giant Sunflower Time Lapse

Museum guests and staff at the Science Museum of Virginia turned the museums rotunda into a work of art creating a giant, Van Gogh-inspired sunflower with hundreds of live flowers. It was in celebration of the film Van Gogh: Brush With Genius opening in the museums IMAX®DOME. Flowers were generously loaned by Stranges Florists, Greenhouses…

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Filming at The Science Museum of Virginia

We will be shooting a time lapse installation of a Giant Sunflower (Inspired by Van Gogh) where the pendulum currently is at the entrance of The Science Museum of VA. The public is encouraged to help setup some 300 potted plants up that are provided by Strange’s Florists. The Sunflower install will start this Saturday…

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Shark Space at The Science Museum of Virginia

What a great experience it was filming Ted Siebert, Brian Turnbough and Bill Dow of The Sand Sculpture Company. It took just over a week and at the end we had 6 camera’s rolling trying to catch every angle and detail. The footage above is about 1/3 of the total shot as we had to…

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The Sand Sculpture Company at the Science Museum (Round 3)

Shark Space is from June 27–Oct. 31, 2009 Shark feeding from 10–10:30 a.m. Shark petting at noon–12:30 and 3–3:30 p.m. Get your hands wet as you meet living sharks and other marine creatures. What should you be more afraid of: a shark or a falling coconut? Did you know that sharks have a "sixth" sense?…

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Shark Space Exhibits at the Science Museum of VA

We are filming a sand sculpture creation by Guinness World Record-holding and award-winning artist Ted Siebert of The Sand Sculpture Company in the Shark Space Exhibits at the Science Museum of Virginia from June 27–Oct. 31, 2009. We will be posting more photos as we edit our time lapse.

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