Photographer: Lux & Ember
Cydney and Nicholas were such a joy to work with. The day started out with the girls and a couple of their dogs getting ready at a house in Seattle where Cydney’s dad and her dog got to see her before heading over to Lake Union Cafe for the first look with Nicholas. After taking pictures and video, everyone walked over to the venue for a heart warming ceremony as Cydney and Nicholas tied the knot with the help of their companion Sith Lord who shared some precious moments at the alter with them. The night continued on with speeches
Lisa Thompson is a high-altitude mountaineer and healthcare executive who beat cancer months before standing on the summit of Everest, Lisa went on to become the first all-American woman to summit K2, considered by most to be the most deadly mountain in the world. In her talks Lisa shares the experience of climbing the toughest mountains in the world and the importance of teamwork, resilience, and defining your own boundaries.
Mountaineer: Lisa Thompson @Lisa Climbs
Drone Videography: Andrew Tierney with Immersive Media Productions”
The first wedding video I ever made was when I was in college at Central Washington University, I was a finance major but couldn’t keep myself from taking my work back to school with me. I brought the final draft over to Kyle’s house to show him and Katie before I launched my website. I remember Katie and Kyle were incredibly supportive of my new endeavor to become a wedding videographer and even though they were just dating at the time, they decided then and there that they would hire me for their wedding, and 6 years later I had
With some weddings, I can tell that every single detail has been careful planned out to ensure the day is perfect; and this wedding was nothing short of perfection, guests were happy, we had time for both photo & video, there was even dancing and fireworks(if you consider sparklers a work of fire)! It started off as a beautiful brisk sunny day in Phoenix where Karen was taken from the Westin to the ceremony at St. Francis Parish in a Porsche, followed by Mariachi Pasion serenading everyone into the Phoenix Art museum. Guests enjoyed a free cartoon artist during cocktail
There’s always a little extra excitement when it comes to the first wedding of the season, and even more so when it’s your 100th wedding ever filmed. The day started off at Liz’s childhood home and proceeded with a photo/video shoot at Seward park. Although we did not get the clear skies we had hoped for, Liz and Sam made the best of the situation which made for the most heartwarming intro of all time! After leaving the park early we were graciously hosted by Westland Distillery at the last minute to capture our directed scenes next door
Some weddings are full of surprises and this one was not stop action. From the preparation process the day started off on a high note with all the groomsmen getting a fresh pair of Jordan’s. After Carlos had some new Nike’s hand delivered I was surprised to hear Andrea request to hang her dress on the barn doors, but up for the challenge as I thought it was a brilliant idea as long as I could keep it from falling. After carefully returning the dress the day continued on with a very personal ceremony and reception as Andrea
Almost three years ago Vianey caught the garter at a wedding I was filming and one year ago she married David. Their wedding started off at a beautiful home outside the city and proceeded to the venue where the ceremony and reception were held. The romantic photo/video session went past sunset as guests were serenaded by a live mariachi band that continued into the night. I had a great time filming the dances, speeches, cake cutting, and sparkler exit. Thank you for choosing me to be your wedding videographer.
The wedding team!