John and Christine Nguyen founded LOI in 2006 as a result of both hearing and seeing first hand the plight of the orphaned, abandoned, and unborn children in their mother land. They began their child rescue in a small two room house that had a family of five already living in it. They immediately began making plans for a permanent children’s home. Today there stands the beautiful 10,000 square foot House of Love children’s home. LOI has been a part of rescuing over 150 children from abortion and have given birth moms a hope that their children will have a future. If you stepped inside the House of Love courtyard today, you would hear the sounds of 77 children with ages ranging from birth to 8 years of age.
Frozen Fire had the joy of working with this wonderful group of people on a recent very important and impactful project to create a library of videos that will assist them in their fundraising efforts, website content as well as their annual banquet. Frozen Fire wanted to create an authentic Vietnam look and feel for this spot and set out to find the perfect location, though it turned out we didn’t have to look very far. The roof of our office had the perfect tin roof feel we wanted; only kicker was we had to film at night. John and Christine Nguyen as well as Tim Cypert endured the late night hours with us to make this shoot a great success. Check out some of our behind the scenes photos as well as one of the completed videos for Lost Orphans International.
In addition, Tim Cypert went on record stating what great service Frozen Fire provided to the team along the way and through the process!
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