Oxford Hotel | 01/27/24
McCall & Chris, thanks so much for your time last week. It's pretty clear to me that you two aren't just looking for another cookie cutter wedding experience, you are looking for something more personal; a day to connect with your loved ones and celebrate a new branch in the family tree.
Artifacts are important to me. I have spent the better part of 20 years collecting them for our clients and it would be an absolute honor to be trusted with documenting your experience. I look forward to watching you two embrace loved ones, commit forever together in front of everyone, and party down with all your crew.
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Super 8mm is one of my favorite mediums. I love its versatility and the ease with which I can tell the story of your day. Nothing conjures up a memory like reliving it through the magic of moving pictures. I don't know quite what it is, maybe it is the imperfect nature of the tiny film, the little scratches and spots of dust flying by the screen, or the shakiness, whatever it is I find it captivating and hope you will too. I always shoot every event with 2 or 3 cameras, substituting one out for a Super 8 works seamlessly with my workflow. If you've been on the fence about hiring a videographer and just haven't liked what you've seen, or you aren't sure if you want 4 more cameras at the wedding, perhaps something a little less tech and more feel is what you need.
Super 8mm film:
Welcome party and rehearsal dinner coverage:
Now it is all really simple. Simply let me know if you would like a second photographer and or Super 8mm film. Also, let me know if you prefer a 50/50 payment schedule or a pay in full option to save $1,000. Then, I will send along links for your contract and payment invoice.