Each wedding film is made to be just as unique as the day it captures. I try not to walk into a wedding with a set plan in mind and prefer to let the day dictate how the story is told. My goal is to deliver a personal artifact that can reproduce the emotion and atmosphere of the day when watched 30 years later.
These films are made to be larger than life, non-linear, cinematic and dream like. Rather than a telling of how exactly the day went, my lofty goal is to capture how the day felt and amplify it. I won’t grab the static shot of your ceremony from beginning to end, or every excruciating second of when your uncle decided to grab the microphone and make an impromptu speech. Instead, I want to document the fleeting touch of the hands during your vows and your flower girl running through fields chasing fireflies.