My first experience with a video camera was in the 6th grade. I was chosen to make a video documentary about our week away at camp. Love at first sight right? Not exactly.
Instead, I fell in love with music and taught myself to play drums and then guitar, and bass. Wrote some songs, joined a band.
One day I borrowed my Mom's DSLR to make a youtube video of my band. Immediately I loved making videos.
Not long after, a friend of a friend asked if I could video their wedding. It all clicked - I was HOOKED. The way video combined my love of music with a whole new medium was addicting.
Some people will tell you weddings aren't real art. I would argue, what has a better built in story than a wedding?
I consider myself extremely lucky to be able to do this job and along the way I've been fortunate enough to get to work with some amazing people.
I get to spend the day with a new set of people every weekend, on one of the happiest days of their life.
If that isn't luck then I don't know what is.
+ you think jim CARRYs grinch is the good one
+ you think most wedding videos are the same
+ you can't wait for 1989 Taylors version
+ you like candid moments over posed shots
+ dogs > cats and its not even close
+ most WEDDING VIDEOS KINDA BORE YOU
+ you are the life of the party
+ You are writing your own vows
+ you know wegmans has the best guac