Ashley & Brad met like many others in college by a mutual friend introduction, but it wasn’t till a chance meeting randomly in NYC that next summer, that their friendship quickly grew into the relationship that it is today. Their wedding day in Crested Butte was held during the Crested Butte Arts Festival, and it couldn’t have been a more perfect wedding weekend with stunning views, weather, and people.
After several hours of travel, gear prep, multiple days of filming, and a party to die for, Kaleb and I retired to our car at Brush Creek Ranch. It was the conclusion of Adam + Sari’s incredible wedding weekend. I immediately kicked off my shoes and looked at Kaleb. After a deep sigh he turned to me and said, “I would turn around and do that again in a heartbeat.” Oh yes.
If you manage you get through this wedding film without cracking a smile you have no soul. Absolutely no soul. I fully realize not everyone is a crier (as Elaine
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.
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.