Photos From Productions:
I got a chance to meet Jack Osborn the son of Ozzy Osborn and producer of Haunted Highways. We talked about his episode about the Ashtabula Train Disaster.
Len and Gary at the Ashtabula train disaster site filming "The Big Dig." We were looking for wreck artifacts and a key bridge part.
Patti and Len Brown's first meeting with historians about the Ashtabula Train Disaster. Dr. and Mrs. Dario Gasparini, Bill & Barbara Hamilton, David Tobias, Chuck Burnham, Patti & Len Brown and Marla Corts.
Digging and filming at the Ashtabula train disaster site with Fritz Kuenzel, David Tobias, Roger Peterson. You can watch the video at www.engineeringtragedy.com (The Big Dig).
While helping film VMF-451- The Blue Devils we got some great areal shots of the planes doing reenactments above the USS Lexington Aircraft Carrier in Corpus Christi, TX.
Japanese Zeros on the attack above the USS Lexington in Corpus Christi, TX during the filming of VMF-451.
It was an honor to meet and interview these brave men of Marine fighter squadron VMF-451 - The Blue Devils. Before the film was finished two of them had passed away.
Soldier resting during WWII reenactment at "Lest We Forget" in St. Joseph, MI.
Reenactors at "Lest We Forget" in St. Joseph, MI.
Reenactors do a smooch for the camera.
Len had to pleasure to work with Rudy Giuliani and record him doing a radio spot for a local corporate motivational seminar.
On the set of a Lowes How To Video. Host Mike Craft is getting make-up. :-)
Len Brown standing next to the bell of the Edmund Fitzgerald at the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum at Whitefish Point, MI. He was there promoting his PBS film "Ships of the Great Lakes."
During the filming of Airships: A New Journey Begins. Len Brown got to film on board the now retired "Spirit of Goodyear." This was one of the last flights the airship did over Akron, OH before leaving for Florida.
Scouting film locations for Engineering Tragedy at the Strasburg Railroad. What a great group of people.
The old train cars of the Strasburg Railroad are beautiful and were wonderful to ride.
Steve works at the Strasburg Railroad and Len had to take a photo of his awesome mustach.
This is one of the coaches we will shoot in during the filming of Engineering Tragedy: The Ashtabula Train Disaster.
What a great film location for our story about the Ashtabula Train Disaster.
This is the framework of the new Goodyear Blimp being built at Wingfoot Lake. We are filing Airships: A New Journey Begins, at this location.
Jim Crone - Airship Build Team Leader being interviewed in front of one of the props for the new airship.
Leonard Brown Sr. is the father of Producer Len Brown and has been a big help during the filming of Airships: A New Journey Begins.