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.
Our process for editing a wedding film tends to follow a workflow, but Tess + Tyler’s wedding film, for all good reasons, seemed to break that flow for us. We
Their were over 300 guests in attendance yet their wedding felt surprisingly intimate and personal. We were so well taken care of, so welcomed, beyond anything we have ever experienced at a wedding. So much so, it makes me tear up with gratitude every time I think of it.
I don’t think we quite have the words to say just how much we loved this wedding. It was everything. Just everything.
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.
Eileen + Travis were so graciously vulnerable in front of our cameras, making it a complete joy to film them and their family and friends.
Whenever we think of Gaby + Jeff, we forget we haven’t even known them for a year! They are the type of couple that you instantly want to befriend and they make it so easy. They are approachable, generous, fun, hilarious – we spent countless moments in our editing suite laughing till it hurt from all the hysterical moments of their wedding day, to then find ourselves happily tearing up over the tender moments as well.
It brings us so much joy to share the beautiful city scape wedding of Erin + David. It’s been so fun getting to know these two kind souls over the last year. Their day was filled with love, and family, and tears – all of our favorite things. 🙂 Bonus for anyone that can spot Kaleb’s little tumble during the grand exit.
“… love that’s deep and wide and fierce, it’s patient and kind, it keeps no record of wrong doing. That kind of love is rare and it’s hard to find.”