FAQ

Each wedding is a unique event with unique needs. I’ll work with you in creating a package that will give you the peace of mind all your most important moments and people are covered. No filters, no cheesy songs, and no edit work outsourced to anyone else. I will prepare, film and edit your wedding video myself.

I’ve put together a few common questions I often get, but if you need more information please contact me directly and I’m happy to go over everything with you and your partner.


What videos do you offer?

Wedding Videos – AKA Wedding Film. It’s basically a musical highlight video summary of the entire day. Your day is set to music that fits you, the venue, and the ambience of your special day. I offer wedding videos of different lengths based on the needs of your wedding, varying from 6-10 minutes. Everything else is a-la-carte.

A-la-carte includes but is not limited to: full ceremony edits, social media teaser videos, raw footage, rehearsal dinner edits, full speeches and toasts film, full first dances film, cake cutting edits, skip-the-line main video turn around (within two weeks), and more.


How and when do I get my video?

It typically takes me 8 weeks to deliver all my edits. All my videos are delivered digitally via Mediazilla; an online video portal where you can view, share and download all your videos. It’s awesome!


How many hours are you scheduled?

I’ll set aside an entire day for you, from bride prep to when the party is ending. Truth is, a film will not tell an accurate story unless it includes footage from the entire day. No need to worry about hourly fees and time limits. I’ll be with you until I have captured all the footage and angles that I need to create a unique film for you. I do not believe a videographer should be limited to 4, 6, or 8 hour blocks as the wedding date is booked just for you, no one else!


How do you work with other photographers

I will gather contact information from all your wedding vendors and give them a call to introduce myself before the wedding. It’s always best to start building that relationship early on so by the time the wedding day comes we can hit the ground running. Truth is, I will have to work closely with the Photographer, DJ and Officiant. Most photographers and I are pretty aware of one another and usually help out one another to point out a cool shot and take turns.


Do you travel?

Yes, I can travel! Local weddings in the South Florida are no additional cost. Typically anything outside of three hours of driving will require additional compensation for lodging and general accommodations near the venue.


Do I get to pick out the music for the video?

We will discuss music and specifically genres that fit your personality and wedding vibe, but the ultimate decision of which track to use is mine. It’s typically a decision made in the editing room once everything starts coming together into a film. I license the music from high-quality sites to make secure rights agreements with the artists. No one here wants to get in trouble with the law later down the road!


What gear do you use?

I shoot with small mirrorless full frame Sony cameras and use Tascam for all my audio recording. We will use lav mics and hide them to get incredible sound for ceremony vows, toasts and all the other special moments. Audio is extremely important to me! My cameras have incredible low-light capabilities for awesome evening dance floor moves, as well as buttery smooth 120fps slow-motion capabilities. My style is more handheld and organic, and try to be a fly on the wall all day and not be a distraction to the ceremony, you, or the guests trying to have a good time. Although gear talk is fun, it is secondary to storytelling, the only tool that truly matters when we are trying to make something memorable.


I have more questions!

Sure, what else are you looking for? Send me an email via the CONTACT page and I will get back to you quickly!