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I remember getting a phone call late one night and it was Amanda looking for a videographer for her wedding on December 9, 2011.  She mentioned that she referred to me by several of my former brides and liked what she saw on the website and Facebook pages.  After talking more about her wedding, we set up a consult and the rest was history.

Starting with their engagement shoot, the love story process, and on their wedding day, Amanda and Chris were an absolute joy to work with.  They were just so easy to be around and receptive to all my ideas during our photo and video sessions.  It didn’t seem like work, but like I was hanging out with friends.  I’m thankful that my staff and I were a small part to their day and we were able to document it on film and photo.  Please enjoy their closing montage above and a few of their wedding photos below.

Chris and his groomsmen

Amanda and her bridesmanids

I love the fact that Tanya and Darwin are getting married in her grandfather’s church and that her grandfather is actually going to marry them.  How awesome is that?  My grandparents were very special to me and hearing that Tanya’s Grandfather would be marrying them just blew me away.

I then asked Tanya if she wanted to do a Engagement Session at the church and she quickly jumped on the idea.  On the day of her shoot, I was able to met her aunt and grandfather at the church and all of us were able to walk around the church and see how beautiful it was.

They are getting married on Match 9, 2013 and this session was the start of our numerous photo and film sessions leading up to their big day.  To view more photos from this day, please visit our Facebook fan page.

I get excited when I get a chance to film the wedding of one of my former volleyball players.  This time around, I was able to film Jen’s wedding to Sal on December 3 and it was a great day for those two.  I’ve known Jen and her family since she was high school and being able to catch up with them during the entire wedding planning process was a treat.

I always laugh when filming prep.  It’s just a different feeling when I leave the girls’ house and head to the guys.  They were laid back and the funniest moment of his prep was watching the guys play beer pong and Sal getting iced.  The look on his face was priceless and it was a great start to the day.

This wedding was so much fun to be apart of.  Everything just worked out perfectly and I couldn’t ask for a better day for my staff to film and photo.  Their ceremony was beautiful and the reception was rocking.  Congratulations to Jen and Sal for a wonderful wedding and reception

I remember during one of my first meetings with Heather and Gary, he mentioned to me the Jager Gator.  It’s a dance that centers around Jagermeister and it was one of the most wildest dances I’ve ever filmed and shoot.  It was wild and one of the many highlights of Heather and Gary’s Wedding on November 19 at Our Lady of Prompt Succor on the Westbank and Generations Hall.

It all started off with Heather and Gary surprising the reception with an impromptu bridal party dance during the middle of the first dance.  This was a great start to the reception and it just kept rolling and rolling throughout the night.    Some other highlights besides the Jager Gator was Gary rapping on stage to Ice Ice Baby with the band, a touching speech by Gary’s bestman, and a second line that went up to the 2nd floor of Generation Hall and around.  It was a great night for Heather and Gary