Matt and Katie got married on September 6, 2015 at Rancho de Las Palmas in Moorpark, California. To say this wedding was unique would be an understatement. It was immensely creative and decorated by science, from a mid ceremony scientific demonstration of what happens when you mix certain chemicals (a metaphor to partnership in life), to walking back down the aisle as husband and wife with the USC Fight song blaring in the background, along with chopping arms by all those in attendance. You’ll get to see all that and more in this short movie trailer.
Catherine and Joe got married on October 17, 2015 in Oakland, California. A military service, which ended in a very cool traditional salute with swords and announcements, was followed up in grand fashion at the Claremont Country Club. Watch their 10 minute movie trailer to get a glimpse of what the entire day was like. (You’ll also see some aerial shots I was able to sneak in with my drone during a day that was not lacking moments to film).
P.S. While I am officially a Los Angeles Videographer, I often travel up and down the coast, as well as all over the world. One of the biggest blessings filming weddings has offered me is the ability to travel the globe doing something I love. Hopefully I’ll get to Italy to film one soon!
Tiffany and Nick got married in the Presidio of San Francisco, at a Log Cabin just beyond the Golden Gate Bridge. The background was so amazing it almost looks fake. Beginning with lawn games, and ending with a taco truck and frozen ice cream, this was a wedding night to remember; and happened to coincide with the Manny Pacquio Floyd Mayweather fight. (Random memory)
Being a Los Angeles based Videographer, it’s always fun to head up the coast and film in Northern California. San Francisco is an amazing city so filming here is always a blast. With the amazing setting, drone coverage was added to this Diamond package, which already came with 3 cameras and 2 Videographers for the entire event.
So here’s an original wedding film, for a very original couple.
PS-The day went smoothly thanks to many fellow vendors. First and foremost, Nichole, at 2FriendsEvents, planned the day and made sure it ran smoothly, and in conjunction with DJ Aaron at Amos Productions , who was also great to work with. Logan Cole also made teamwork a priority with his team of photographers, which is always a win win for us, and more importantly, Tiffany and Nick!
Julia and Gabe got married at the Thomas Fogarty Winery in Woodside, California. This was my second time filming there, but first with the drone, so it was exciting. There aren’t many places more beautiful or scenic than this to tie the knot. High up in the mountains, miles away from main roads, and on top of a vast winery makes for the perfect backdrop.
Another great thing about the setup here, as is with many outdoor locations, is it gives me plenty of room to maneuver behind the scenes. In this case, it made it easy to set up and handle a 3 camera ceremony shoot with just one videographer (myself).
The fact that Julia and Gabe were so obviously and infectiously head over heels for one another made the day all the more pleasant, and it really just flew by. If only I could have included Gabe rapping Vanilla Ice (which happens to be one of my go-tos as well if ever forced onto karaoke stage), then you’d really have a sense of how all around amazing this day was.
Getting to relive days like this with so many couples really makes me appreciate what I do; to be around such love on a weekly basis, and get to retell the story of THAT day, for all of the friends and family who didn’t make it, as well as those who did and want to relive it; not to mention the future generations- kids, grandkids, great grandkids one day… will get to see what it was like on the day their _______parents got married…
I look forward to filming yours.
Have a great weekend!
Justine and Jeff got married with a beautiful ocean backdrop at the Embassy Suites in Oxnard, California, on May 25, 2014. This was a 3 camera, two videographer shoot, with aerial coverage of the ceremony.