History Channel Project

Last month, I received an interesting email from History Channel Asia‘s producer, Andy Tan regarding a 45-second special segment to be produced for TV in the Asia Pacific region for A&E Television Networks. And they wanted to shoot in:
 photo 10573748_10153126305689498_775986069_o_zpsc11abf75.jpgYup! The White Sand Dunes of Mui Ne, Phan Thiet.

 photo 10602445_10153126305719498_1032112021_o_zps4fb8d511.jpgAfter a number of email exchanges, Andy’s team finally arrived from Singapore in August 5 to shoot in Mui Ne. Windflower Mui Ne was also quick to assist and welcomed the crew to their boutique.

I also got in touch with some talents (read: friends’ kids) —

 photo 10612400_10153126308289498_272313611_o_zps246df624.jpgLuckily, these amazing kids, Jeth, Jean Mark, Denise, and Nikki were still in their summer break. Big thanks to the parents, Alex & Michelle Legados and Bong & Mariz Noceto for making all things possible from the wardrobe to waking up the kids ready for the 5 am call time.

 photo 10577574_10153126308269498_422324019_o_zpseb91b1d0.jpgThe kids did wonderfully and instead of a morning and afternoon shoot, the team wrapped up in the morning. I’ve climbed the White Sand Dunes once before and I’m telling you it’s not easy. Imagine these kids sliding and climbing back up numerous times under the hot sun — well, it’s no easy task.

 photo 10579876_10153126305724498_1399375801_o_zps5003212f.jpgThe concept of the shoot revolved around American photographer, Justin Mott. Justin currently resides in Vietnam.

 photo 10596182_10153126308264498_576705008_n_zps458fc6a0.jpgThe segment will be shown across the Asia Pacific Region in A&E Television Network’s channels. photo 10582280_10153126305734498_1108613518_n_zpsf67f22b4.jpgCurrently, there is no History Channel in Vietnam but hopefully soon, we’d get this channel on our cable.

Thanks Andy! The kids are still raving about the shoot and we can’t wait for the final video!

 

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