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Your memories for a lifetime

If you're wondering, "Is wedding videography worth it?" you're not alone. Wedding videography has been seen as a luxury item in the past, and I'm here to change that. Think of it this way: you spend thousands upon thousands of dollars to create your perfect day only to live it once. While your photos capture the ideal of your day and hang beautifully over the mantel, videography is the only way to capture what was said and felt in real time, the only way to truly relive your day as it was. You hire each of your other vendors to create your perfect day. You hire your videographer to relive that day for a lifetime.

Wedding videographer on the beach

Dotty & Marco

The Edgewater Hotel, Seattle, Washington

Both Dotty and Marco already have grandchildren, and they gave up years ago on finding their soulmates. They both see finding each other at the age of almost sixty to be a miracle, and they celebrated their love at their dream wedding on the Seattle waterfront, surrounded by friends and family from Washington to Holland.

Emilee & Eric

Green Barn Villa, Independence, Oregon

Emilee and Eric were high school sweethearts, and their friends knew since their senior prom that these two would be together forever. Both fiercely independent, Emilee put her own jewelry on and Eric insisted he wouldn't cry. Watching these two make each other glow continues to be an unforgettable highlight from rural Oregon.

Esmeralda & Miguel

Horning's Hideout, North Plains, Oregon

Esmeralda and Miguel have been an item since middle school, no matter how much they had to sneak around to stay out of trouble. Their marriage has been assumed for eleven years, and they called it official on their perfect wedding day. Miguel helped bring Esme's dream wedding to life with the arch he built himself, and they were married amidst friends and family on an unforgettable day of love and celebration.

Christina & Mouni

Gorge Crest Vineyards, Underwood, Washington

Two cultures; one love. Christina is the life of the party and a California girl through and through; Mouni and his family are Indian and keep up with Christina and her friends on the dance floor through every step. Life is a celebration for these two, and their wedding brought together beautiful aspects of both of their cultures and family traditions.

Jenny & Mark

Kingan Gardens, Tucson, Arizona

Home to meet their families in the middle of a desert summer, Jenny and Mark celebrated their long love with friends from all over the country. They've known each other since high school, followed each other around the states, cared for each other far from home, and been there for each other through thick and thin. Their sweet video reflects their sweet day.

Kiarah & Jacob

Shangi-La, Toquerville, Utah

They've lived together, traveled together, and built a life together. Now their marriage is the crowning jewel. Kiarah and Jacob are married in the beautiful Shangri-La valley in Utah, surrounded by friends and family who could not be happier to see two beautiful people find their soulmates.

Marie & Evan

Golden Gardens Bathhouse, Washington

Marcie has loved Golden Gardens ever since she was a kid, taking her senior photos here and spending countless bonfire nights on the beach with friends and family. With her love at her side, they celebrated their magical day in this same spot, surrounded by the fall colors of the beautiful PNW, soft low light, and their closest friends and family. They asked for a music-only video and we spent hours together choosing the perfect song for their perfect day.

Azia & Tavo

The Kodiak Room, Washington

Azia and Tavo held their wedding on their 4th anniversary of knowing each other, a beautiful day in the Washington summer. A fully-musical video fit the emotion of their day so well. nothing else was needed. I don't generally cry through wedding ceremonies, or I try my best not to, but I couldn't help it when Tavo got down on one knee to ask Azia's daughter if he could marry her mommy. I hope these two continue to have a life as sweet as their love.

Taylor & Grayson

Treehouse Point, Washington

Taylor and Grayson visited Washington on their way from Alaska to the east coast, starting a new life and a new family together. They were married surrounded only by their closest family at an intimate ceremony in the woods before honeymooning in a treehouse. As Taylor already has two small daughters, Grayson read vows to both his beautiful bride and his new little girls. There wasn't a dry eye in the audience.

Saba & Kaj

Whidbey Island, Washington

Two unlikely lovers, Saba and Kaj were married in a beautiful little cabin on Whidbey Island. Their wedding is the perfect example of intimate and sweet, small and elegant. When bride and groom both crave privacy and an intimate ceremony with their closest loved ones, none of the magic of the day has to be sacrificed. Saba and Kaj found that together on this special day.

Talia & Michael

McMenamins Anderson School, Washington

Talia and Michael love each other even more than Pokemon Go, and that's saying a lot. In a moody Pacific Northwest venue that will remind you of Hogwarts, they celebrated their Harry-Potter themed wedding surrounded by friends, family, Funko Pops, and magic in all forms. From the music to the opening credits to every shot on their wedding day, I was determined to make their video feel as much like a movie as possible.

Pri & Andretty

Wildwood Lakefront Cottages, Washington

Pri and Andretty spent a year planning their Viking-themed wedding in the style of Pri's ancestors. From their bridal attire to a dip in the freezing waters of a northern Washington winter, this wedding had all of the traditions that research could find. I spent months planning with them to bring it all together in their video, and their enthusiasm was so clear through the entire process.

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