High Profile Projects 2010
DFV Travels to Long Beach, California to cover The National Womens Conference 2010. This event is the largest conference for women in the world, more than 140 speakers/supporters gathered with over 30,000 women from all walks of life to be educated & inspired. Attendees included, First Lady Michelle Obama, Oprah Winfrey, Jane Fonda, Caroline Kennedy, Diane Sawyer, Goldie Hawn, Mat Lauer & many more. This Historic Conference Sold out all of it's events, including a record breaking Main Event in less than an hour. Here is a pictorial summary of what The DFV Crew experienced.
DFV shoots for The Bell Helicopter "Armed Forces Bowl" at SMU's Ford Stadium. The event was a Sell-Out Game, more than 36,700 fans attended the Bowl Game where Army claimed victory by beating SMU 16-14. Present at the game was NFL Hall of Famer and former SMU running back, Erick Dickerson.
DFV Crew shoots"Breakthrough With Tony Robbins", "Rick and Melissa Lawson Episode", Javier Sanchez and Jonathan Cruz shot a total of 6 days in The Dallas/Fort Worth Area, Javier was the main camera operator inside the Lawson's House , while Jonathan assisted in the production of the taping.
In Memory of John Finn (July 23, 1909 - May 27, 2010)
John Finn was The Oldest Living Medal Of Honor recipient, he was the main focus of the documentary "A Hero's Welcome" this film was directed by DFV's Javier Sanchez. Finn passed away on May 27, 2010, in a Chula Vista California Retirement Home (very close to San Diego). John Finn received his Medal Of Honor on September 15, 1942 for his actions during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Mr. John Finn was 100 years old.
DFV Crew, shoots Allan Houston's NBA All-Star Weekend "The Xperience Celebrity Basketball Game", at SMU, the event featured stars like Nelly, Terrel Owens, Chingy, Fabulous, Chamillionaire, Donnie Avery and others, all proceeds benefited The Xperience Outreach Youth Program.