You have a unique story to tell – whether to promote your business, rally people to your cause, celebrate a milestone, or educate an audience. A professionally-crafted video is an incredibly effective way to reach the masses - through television and the internet - while teaching important concepts and touching hearts.
When you’re ready to consult with an expert to produce your story, contact experienced broadcast television producer Sandy Levine, owner of Sandra Levine Productions.
For more than 30 years Sandy has been spreading joy through producing creative feature stories, while shedding light on important societal issues such as poverty, AIDS, and animal welfare.
Now, she also presents keynote presentations and seminars about her family's personal experience "Surviving and Thriving After a Crisis" to help others make it through.
Take some time to look around this web site to see commercials, PSAs, feature stories and more; compassionate, intelligent, accurate and fun programs and presentations.
CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Ocean County - seeks volunteers to help foster children work their way through the court system.
In late December CASA hosted its 2015 Holiday Party, where children's wish lists were fulfilled by generous donors and Santa.
Advocates for Children of New Jersey video: "Child Care is Everyone's Business"
Toms River South Raiders Cadets Going to Nationals
Had so much fun driving around the golf course to shoot this 4:11 video about how Ocean County Business Association raised more than $10,000 to help children in the community.
Welcome to Rutgers School of Social Work. Runs 2:52.
Business profile about an engineering firm that is "Driving the Stupid out of Construction."
Sandra Levine Productions pays tribute to P. David Correll, Sr., a much beloved and now retired history teacher from Toms River High School South, who is widely credited with starting many of South's legendary traditions and keeping the school's spirit strong. Mr. Correll is now marking his 50th year of involvement in the Toms River schools. The story aired on the school district's television station, TV-21.
October 29, 2013 was the 1-year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, and today, thousands of people are still struggling to recover. While much progress has been made, so much remains to be done. Sandy Levine has been covering the devastation and recovery in Ocean County, NJ since shortly after the storm. In 2014, a full documentary will premiere. Here is a short preview piece, all footage shot in 2012.
Dedicated professionals learn about expanding recreation opportunities for people with disabilities at an annual conference presented by the NJ Commission on Recreation for Individuals with Disabilities.
Sandra Levine Productions is proud to be a member of the Ocean County Business Association (OCBA.) Watch this video released in March 2013 to learn more about this organization whose members all are reliable, experienced professionals.
"Homeless in Seaside Park, NJ After Sandy - An Open Letter by Faith Liguori"
The raw emotion expressed by Faith Liguori in this video version of her open letter is resonating with many survivors of Superstorm Sandy who are struggling to rebuild their lives. We are proud to release our first video in a series on the aftermath of Sandy in Ocean County.
Clean Ocean Action's Beach Sweeps
rid the shore of debris.
The United Way of Ocean County - "Celebrating 35 Years of Leadership & Giving"
"Experience Color & Joy" through the artwork of Diana Madaras - my talented sister - owner of Madaras Gallery in Tucson, Arizona.
Novy & Associates Commercial (runs :30)
A year after Rutgers' Eric LeGrand was paralyzed from an injury sustained during a football game against Army, the former defensive tackle is providing insightful commentary as an analyst for Rutgers Radio Network. Rutgers football fans say LeGrand's positive attitude is inspirational.
A Canada Goose illegally shot with a bow and arrow arranges for his own emergency medical care by landing in the yard of Sandy Levine's father -- who just happens to be a veterinarian. This story became international news. The DEP netted the injured bird, Dr. Levine surgically removed the arrow and the bird rehabilitated at The Raptor Trust before being released back to the wild again. Runs 4:30.
** Nominated for a 2011 Mid-Atlantic Regional Emmy Award !! **