Q: What kind of emotion do you want your video to portray? Can the videographer tell a story through emotion?
When you are looking for a wedding videographer, there are many emotions involved in the decision. When choosing a wedding videographer to document your day, you really want to talk about the visual language that speaks to you the most. What feelings does it evoke? Is it romantic, subtle, flashy or funny? My greatest value: timelessness, so I make an effort to showcase these emotions through my work.
It’s all about the magic of what happens on the day you marry someone you love. The best wedding videographers pay attention to detail. So what are you looking for in a wedding videographer? The best wedding filmmakers will not rest until they have captured all of those special moments from that day. It is important to me to capture and portray emotion driven storytelling.
I love shooting in the great outdoors of Utah. Whether you’re having your wedding in Moab, Park City or Salt Lake, I’ll help you capture the beauty and fun of your big day with an eye for cinematic storytelling. Video-graphing films has become a passion of mine as I’ve continued to grow my business.
Q: Do they use audio to tell the story of a wedding day?
Audio is everything. The vows, the speeches, the laughs, and the small moments that make a film and wedding day completely unique to YOU and your spouse! Years from now, you will want to watch a film and remember the sweet, hilarious, and heart touching words that were said by your loved one.
Wedding videography and creativity are my two passions. I love capturing a story through video. Tell me yours, and we will create something beautiful together.
I strive to portray the love you have for each other by capturing the most romantic moments and creating one of a kind videos that will be enjoyed for years to come. I look forward to talking to you about your special day!
Q: Is their work timeless?
Trends come and go, but the love should not. Hiring a videographer with a sense of timelessness to their filmmaking is critical. 10 years from now you will thank your present self. What makes a video timeless though? Obviously it is an art form and everyone has their own taste and style. But high quality recordings, multiple camera angles, a natural color edit, and someone with years of experience is your best bet.
Here is a timeless film and no, I am not biased at all 😉