While other videographers slap together the same sequence of shots, I think long and hard about the film's structure and how I can best tell your story. It's why you'll often find my films start with an engaging hook instead of flowers and decor shots.
Because I'm a firm believer that your stories and your personalities are what make your wedding film unique and personal.
"He made sure to really understand us and what we were looking for. The film takes us right back to the spirit of our wedding."
Your film will focus primarily on the people and emotional moments, versus decor and random details.
I spend hours, if not, days just finding perfect music to match your vibe and dynamics of the wedding day because music can literally make or break the film.
Every moment has its place to fit perfectly in a certain part of the song. It just doesn't work if you have high energy, emotional moment at a random part of the song and vice versa.
I'm very intentional when it comes to timing moments for music and that's how I'm able to create a highly engaging, emotional film without you even noticing it.
"...The day of the wedding he captured so many funny moments as well as sweet moments. He places music at the perfect time in the video and the image and the sound quality is impeccable"
Your dad crying as you read your vows to your fiancé, mom having joyful tears while you are having your first dance and people laughing over your maid of honor's joke at the speech.
I always step out of the moment for a second, look around to capture those little moments.
Those moments usually end up being some of the best moments in the film.
And you'll need someone to capture those moments that you won't be able to see on the wedding day.