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Taylor and G - Silver Beach Wedding Video

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Taylor and G - Silver Beach Wedding Video

It was touch and go there for most of the morning. The rain threatened to move the ceremony indoors, but as the last second it cleared a little and we definitely made the most of it. There is nothing quite like a ceremony at the water's edge... especially when the Groom arrives by pontoon boat!

Taylor and G are such a great couple. They love tattoos, they love having a good time and most of all they clearly love each other! With a little one on the way in the new year, we are wishing you guys nothing but blue skies and great memories. (And make sure you get as much sleep as you can between now and Feb!)


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Chandra & Chris Cinematic Edit

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Chandra & Chris Cinematic Edit

It rained that day. Thankfully it waited till the outdoor ceremony was over, but honestly, even if it had poured all through the ceremony, the amount of love and good feelings surrounding Chandra and Chris would have kept us all warm. 

I really enjoyed the whole process from our initial meeting, through getting to know everyone a little better throughout the day, to adding the finishing touches to the final cinematic edit. Working with Tammy from Divine Weddings made the day run smooth as silk. And the Danny Kramer Band killed it on the dance floor too. There's nothing like live music. 

Fun times for all...

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Sports Hall of Fame

The fun part about being an audiovisual storyteller is that I get to tell stories of a lot of different types of things. We shoot a lot of events. Same principle as a wedding but we only get about 90 to 120 seconds to sum up a 5 or 6 hour event. Here is one we did recently for the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame. I have never felt so short as I did standing next to an NBA basketball player. (And his speech was hilarious... you should get tickets for next year's event!)


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Sherelle & Oliver

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Sherelle & Oliver

I just had the pleasure of dropping off Sherelle and Oliver's finished movie at their new house in a new development in Winnipeg yesterday. I love new beginnings. A fresh start. The first step on a long journey.

Oliver and Sherelle had lived across the street from each other for ages. They got together when Sherelle needed some help with her math skills. (Being an artist myself, I can totally relate!). Oliver pointed her in the right direction and clearly charmed his way into her heart! 

When I shoot a wedding I get a unique window into people's family life and their relationships. The overwhelming impression from both families and also from Sherelle and Oliver, was a warmth and mutual respect. These are people who love life and love each other. At least, that's how it feels to be around them! Why don't you watch this and see what I mean... 


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Cristylee and Darryl - Teaser

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Cristylee and Darryl - Teaser

I am always looking for new and interesting ways to shoot video during the "photoshoot" part of the wedding. I prefer to refer to it as the "let's have fun and try stuff" part of the day. It's the one chance we as cinematographers get to actually experiment during a wedding. The rest of the day is stacked with unmissable, one take and its all over, type moments that you don't really want to try stuff out on. You have to nail those shots 100% of the time. No room for error. No take 2. During the part of the day between the ceremony and the reception we get to let our creative juices flow. We get to pose you. We get to experiment and sometimes we even get enough time to shoot something twice.

This was an interesting little move that will be part of the cinematic feature for cristylee and Darryl's video a few months from now. I just wanted to share a little teaser of it now. It's a first attempt at the technique, but I think you can see where I am going with this. Thanks to the wedding party for playing my game!

 

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