Weddings, Quinceañeras, Babies, Birthdays, Engagements
Today is the age of video. Use the medium to create time capsules of all the special moments in life. From weddings and births to engagements and birthdays, we can create beautiful memories together. Let's capture those magical moments in powerful video.
Rates for special day shoots begin at $1500. For a wedding, this would begin in the morning as the girls are getting their hair and make-up prepped and will continue with the guys, the photos, the ceremony... all the way until the send-off at the end of the reception. Contact me for a detailed proposal.
Chris and emma
Chris and Emma's wedding was beautiful, but their reception was legendary. The thing I love most about this video is how much fun everyone is having during the reception. This is also a great example of how I try to capture the essence of the day. In ten years, no one will likely want to watch a boring video of a wedding where the camera is on a tripod off to one side of the building. Not often, anyway. But something like this? Well, you can watch it over and over again.
Shooting Letty’s quince was the most fun I had all year. I loved the energy, the food, the dancing, the family. Capturing these special moments was an absolute pleasure for me, and I can’t wait for my next opportunity.
Meghan and David
Meghan and David’s wedding video illustrates a great point: sometimes the magic of the moment is just that - the time and circumstances provide a moment of pure magic that couldn't have been easily planned. There are a couple of those moments in this video. One is the beautiful sunset that created a few timeless scenes. Another: the dancing.
Camille and Conner
Camille and Conner's video has all the highlights you might look for in a wedding video: first kiss, first dance, bouquet and garter toss... But the thing Camille really wanted to be seen was all the fun stuff that happened before (her and her bride's maids getting ready) and after (dancing the night away) the ceremony.
Josh and Dannah
Shooting this video was a lot of fun partly because the setting was incredible, but also for the storm that blew in while we were capturing shots of the bride and groom following the ceremony. Luckily, it blew over before it impacted the reception, but it gave us a great moody sky to shot against.
There are more special days that weddings and birthdays.
Some of the best memories from my childhood were preserved on old reel-to-reel tapes and VHS cassettes. No doubt you have a box of similar movies in a closet somewhere. There's no better time than now to get them out so we can make something magical with them. This past Christmas, I began something that I plan to continue for holidays, vacations and seasonal events throughout the year: produce videos using my family's home footage that shows my childhood: dad flipping our brand new go-cart; me, my brother and my cousin dressed up and ready for trick-or-treating; vacations in the Great Smoky Mountains... What memories have you forgotten? Let's pull them out of the past and make them magical again, shall we?
There’s no better way to capture the magic of a birth that through video. Imagine being able to share a video like this with your son or daughter once they’re older?
Sofia’s First Birthday Party
Actual birthdays aren’t the only occasion perfect for video. First birthday parties (or any birthday party) is perfectly captured and saved forever with video.