~ That Speaks To Transformative Times
Supreme Court Ruling, Obergefell v. Hodges… legalizing LGBTQ marriage. Bruce Bastion, the man behind the monumental Supreme Court Ruling which made same-sex marriages “THE LAW OF THE LAND” and tireless advocate for the HRC (Human Rights Campaign) never thought he would be able to marry the man of his dreams. His now husband, Clint Ford, never even contemplated marriage while growing up because… it just wasn’t done.
To witness a wedding like this… and by the grace of God to be able to capture it in a film, leaves me forever moved and honored. Not too many events in life change the paradigm of how we see love. Go to video page!
The powerful speeches and emotional messages continue to speak to me eight months after filming.
Filming and producing a cinematic wedding film is amazingly rewarding. It is the best gift a couple can give themselves.
“I never expected in a million years our wedding video would turn out to be so spectacular and special. It was like watching a short French film! We literally thought a production company had filmed our wedding after watching it. Susan, we are so happy you came into our lives. You made the process so easy and captured every moment so perfectly. There is something so special watching a short film of the happiest day of our life”! – Kristopher and Brian
Kristopher and Brian were not going to have a video… then they changed their minds. To speak to them now about the importance of the film in their lives, they can hardly fathom what they would have missed.
Couples are spending mega thousands on their weddings…and months (or years) planning all the details. Being able to see it all, forever, in a movie is the best investment of all.
There are those generations to come that will be in love with your wedding film. A priceless time capsule… peeking back at who our loved ones were when they got married! If I could see a video of my parents wedding I would be in heaven watching them, but it doesn’t exist. I am here… let’s talk!
A beautiful approach to composition and posing for Videos and Stills.
These are exciting times for marriage equality—but capturing memorable LGBTQ footage for wedding videography requires a novel approach to posing, which until now has been nearly exclusively oriented toward pairing a taller man in black with a smaller woman in white. What works for Jack and Jill won’t necessarily work for Jack and Michael, let alone Jill and Louise. The New Art of Capturing Love shatters the “old standards” of wedding and engagement photography by showing how inappropriate they can be for today’s diverse couples, then shares easy-to-implement poses and techniques that can be applied to any couple (and wedding party), no matter their orientations, to create lasting memories.