We cried our fair share of tears editing the emotional and joyful wedding film of Stephanie & Kevin. The process of stitching these beautiful moments together is one we will
Y'all, we serve the best people in the world. I know we say that over and over, but we really do and Britani and Ranley's wedding was proof of that.
"I don't know if it's fate, destiny, good luck or timing...God really does have a way of guiding us to what's right, to what's good for our souls." There was
“I will hold you when you feel heavy and I will cry with you with life hurts. We are a team. They call us ‘Wagaly’…” Oh man, I smile every
Beverley and Jeff’s wedding day was simply everything. Their vows to each other were unbelievable, their wedding style was to die for, their bridal party was SO live, and the
Rose + Dean’s Disney Cruise Line wedding marked our last travel date of the year and we couldn’t have been more honored to share it with these two fellow wedding
Outside of the actual process of completing a wedding film, the most rewarding part of this job is the relationships formed along with way. It’s amazing how much those relationships
Having met in acro yoga, it made sense for Tala and Michael to perform a yoga routine though my heart raced during the entire performance. Being that yoga is my work out of choice as of late, I honestly couldn’t fathom the amount of openness and vulnerability required to do such a performance on your wedding day.
We often ask ourselves “if this was my wedding, what would I want my videographers to highlight?” That question always steers us in the primary direction for the film. That question constantly lures us towards authenticity and honesty. That question often pushes us towards “moments” rather than the produced.
Taylor and Jeff’s entire film was edited out of coffee shops and cafes. It never failed – every single time we were editing in public, a stranger would come up to us asking what we were smiling, or laughing, or tearing up at. It’s impossible not to react watching this film.