Shoreline Media Productions creates a Cape Cod ‘Day In The Life’ aerial video for Cape Symphony

"Soaring Over the Sound"
Tom Chartrand of Shoreline Media Productions (Courtesy photo)

Hyannis, MA — Tom Chartrand l Shoreline Media Productions, has created an aerial view video of Cape Cod landscapes to debut during the Cape Symphony season opener, Beethoven On The Cape, on September 21, 2019. The aerials, accompanied with original music scored by composer Matt Correia, titled “Soaring Over the Sound,” is in collaboration with Cape Symphony’s Artistic Director and Conductor Jung-Ho Pak. (Editor's Note - Cape Symphony reports that the concert events are nearly sold out.)

The video represents a day in the life of Cape Cod from sunrise to sunset, with scenic views from Bourne to Provincetown. The aerials highlight our unique relationship with the Cape’s land-forms, waterways and how we interact with the beauty that surrounds us every day.

Tom Chartrand l Shoreline Media Productions, is an independent video producer, digital cinematographer, accomplished editor and FAA certified UAS pilot. With nearly 30 years of experience producing commercials and web videos for numerous Cape businesses and non-profits, Tom provides complete production services for every video need, from the small business owner to major corporations. Tom also works with various production companies on projects and events including KPMG golf invitational tournaments, nationally syndicated TV shows and the Iditarod Dog Sled Race.

A 3rd generation Cape Codder, Tom grew up in Orleans, raised his family near the ocean and currently resides in Hyannis with his wife Melissa.

www.shorelinemediapro.com


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