I began shooting video when I picked up my coworkers Canon 7D for the first time. The very next day, I ran out and got one of my own. I started shooting and editing a video everyday. I was obsessed in becoming a great videographer. Since then, I never looked back. I tried to shoot and edit every interesting event I could.
I sort of fell into shooting and editing my first wedding video. It was an experience I would never forget. The adrenaline pumped through my veins for days after. I was officially married (pun!) to the idea of shooting wedding videos. I love being able to share the big day with clients. There is always such a special feeling in the air during a wedding. Our ultimate goal is to capture that special feeling, and immortalize it through video.
As an interactive experience designer by day, coming up with creative solutions for every execution is second nature. I believe in quality over quantity, and over the years I’ve developed my own style in shooting and editing. It is important to me that the vision of your wedding day is captured and edited with the best care and in detail.
I showed interest in video at a very young age. I have a picture of myself when I was about 7 or 8 holding a video camera I made out of a cracker box, various pieces of cardboard, and the cardboard tube from a roll of toilet paper. As far back as I can remember, I was recording my favorite shows and music videos on VHS and editing them on my VCR. When I went on vacations with friends, I was always the one recording and editing videos of our trip for keepsakes. I’m so glad I’ve reconnected with my love for video. I’ve become very passionate about capturing life through a lens.
You can visit my vimeo for samples of my work. If you have any other videography projects you have in mind, don’t hesitate to approach me. I’m open to all projects that challenge me.