While this company is not affiliated with either the United States Government or this website, we have had an opportunity to review their production work and have found it to be both high in quality and very tastefully done. We therefore recommend them to you.
Funeral Videos – Arlington, Virginia
Cell Phone: 301-461-2104
Have any of your clients, friends or relatives requested that a military funeral service be videotaped?
Do they ever need to archive pictures of the deceased on videotape?
Military Funerals at Arlington National Cemetery Since 1988
Allied Video Media has videotaped over one thousand military funeral services, primarily at Arlington National Cemetery. We are the most qualified and experienced video firm at taping these honored ceremonies, and are completely familiar with the military, religious, and logistical protocol for all types of services. These include simple or full honors and graveside or chapel services for all religious backgrounds, ranks and branches of the Armed Forces.
Video coverage will be performed tastefully and unobtrusively. Memorial Video Montages Video montages (still photographs transferred to VHS videotape) can be produced, showing a collection of photo or video images of the deceased from his/her life. Set to soothing music, these productions are perfect for showing at wakes and viewings and are great mementos for the family, because they allow rare or unique family heirloom photos to be shared with other relatives and friends. We strive to do the finest job possible for funeral homes and bereaved people. Sensitivity to their needs and wishes, and maximizing the quality of our product are our top priorities.
Allied Video Media Allied Video Media, owned and operated by Christopher “Kit” Slitor, was established in 1985. In recent years we decided to specialize in funeral related video services. Career highlights include founding the Professional Videographers Association of Greater Washington in 1990 and videotaping the wedding of John Rockefeller V in 1996.
We have hundreds of glowing references and would be happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have. Demo tapes can be provided to funeral directors on request.
Michael Robert Patterson was born in Arlington and is the son of a former officer of the US Army. So it was no wonder that sooner or later his interests drew him to American history and especially to American military history. Many of his articles can be found on renowned portals like the New York Times, Washingtonpost or Wikipedia.
Reviewed by: Michael Howard