I haven’t done every kind of wedding, but I’ve done my share:  large, small, indoor, outdoor, Orthodox, Catholic, Protestant, Hindu, Jewish, non-denominational, in cathedrals, in homes, in gardens, on the ocean…

My philosophy on recording weddings is the same as my philosophy for all my videos; tell a great story.  A wedding video should tell the story of the day without getting in the way and should reflect the personality of the couple and the wedding whether it is elegant, lighthearted, or non-traditional.

I provide full coverage of the day including two manned cameras for the wedding ceremony.  Depending on the length of the wedding service, my wedding videos are usually between two and two and a half hours long and capture the complete ceremony and all the key points of the reception (cocktail hour, shooting the reception room before the guests enter, grand entrance, toasts speeches, dancing, cake cutting, bouquet toss, etc.).

My specialty is the music video highlight, the key moments of the day set to music.  The music video highlights allow you to relive your wedding day or show your wedding to others in five to ten minutes.  I can also put these highlights on YouTube for you.  Wedding packages start at $1,650.  For a complete list of packages and prices, click here.

Nathan & Vanessa.  Here is a sample of a traditional church wedding and ballroom reception with two music video highlights found in Package #3, one highlighting the ceremony and the other highlighting the reception.

Jenni & Danny.  Here is a sample of an outdoor wedding with one highlight video found in Package 2, combining the ceremony and reception together in one music video.

Noelle & David.  Another sample of a traditional church wedding and ballroom reception with two music video highlights.

Sample Clips.  Every wedding package includes uninterrupted coverage of the wedding ceremony and all the key points of the reception.  The following are clips from a ceremony and reception.

The color and pageantry of an Indian wedding are captured here as the bride, groom, and their families prepare for their ceremony (but the horse may have stolen the show!).

How They Met.  Every couple has a great story of how they met and one of my favorite things to do is tell those stories through interviews with the bride and groom and often family members and friends who helped get them together.  Jeff and Nicole are two wonderful people with a romantic story to tell and lots of relatives ready to take credit for the two of them getting together!  Here is a portion from their “How They Met” video which was a big hit at their rehearsal dinner.