Following the success of the award winning documentary “Journey on the Chesapeake”, and after requests from PBS and the public for more of the series, we are now in the planning stages of the next episode. This time we will be focusing on the area from the York River down to the James River and featuring Poquoson, Buckroe, Hampton, and even a little bit of the Williamsburg culinary scene as it pertains to using local seafood from the Chesapeake Bay. 

                We are now beginning the process of securing sponsors / underwriters for the film, so if you are interested in being a part of this film, please send an email to : chefwin@journeyonthechesapeake.com. We are also going to be looking at potential site locations in the area, so if you live there and now of something or someone that has something to do with seafood, cuisine, or history that we should include to tell the story of the area, please email and let me  know. We want to capture what this area is all about, and you all are the experts!


 

A day filming on the Rappahannock River

First day of oyster season

Watch the Trailer

​A Film by Miller Productions of Virginia in association with The Ware River Culinary Company            and

Virginia Oyster Country

"The Waterman clip" This an example of the content and style you will see in the film

Journey on the Chesapeake

the way back home....

Exploring the history, culture, and cuisine of the Chesapeake Bay

The first Journey on the Chesapeake is available for Digital viewing and streaming.  Please visit MillerProuctionsofVirginia.com or BreathingLifeTV.com for digital copies of the film.


The film is hosted by Chef Win Goodier of Ward Oyster Company and Mobjack Bay Seafood

Local film talent includes Lisa Rose-Salty Daughter, William Barnhart-Willaby’s, Bryan Byrd-Dog and Oyster, William Saunders-Rappahannock River Charters, Dan Bowen, Jason Burke- James Justin & Co., Anthony Marchetti-Rappahannock River Oyster Company and the Northern Neck Chantey Singers, just to name a few. Also featuring clips from James Warton’s Northern Neck Films (1927-1938), original 16mm film.


Journey on the Chesapeake is underwritten by the generous support of major sponsors, Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury, Virginia Oyster Country, The Tides Inn and Isabell Horsley Realty. The film is also supported by the Virginia Film Commission, The White Dog/Southwinds/Yorktown Pub/Goodfellas Restaurants and the Mathews County IDA and DMBG