Emily and Michael (and winnie the dog) messaged me in 2020 and a whole year went by as we got to know each other. There wedding day was simple yet intimate and fun. The day started out at Emily’s place where she opened the door and greeted me like we had always know each other. Her get ready was complete with a Tim Horton’s breakfast and a crap load of Disney tunes in the background.
Billings Estate Museum Wedding I met Ayesha and Philippe on a whim when I was contacted to film there wedding 2 weeks before the date. The couple hadn’t originally planned to have a wedding film but changed there mind leading up to the wedding. @photosbyemmah had never met me but recommended me just from seeing […]
Hamilton Backyard Wedding Film A Hamilton backyard wedding film can be scenic and beautiful and that’s exactly what Katie and Dustin managed to do. In 2018 I met Katie working at Henrys Camera store. When she told me about her then boyfriend Dustin who she had been with for years I said in a joking […]
Downtown Ottawa Styled Shoot Lets do a styled shoot but why not a Downtown Ottawa Styled Shoot. In 2019 I left the crazy city of Toronto and came to Ottawa. I moved here towards the end of the year so once I arrived wedding season was pretty much in full swing. As a result I […]
Ottawa Backyard Wedding – Marty + Gillian Gillian and Marty got married in Ottawa on their backyard deck under a pergola. The wedding day consisted of an intimate ceremony with less than 20 people followed by waves of people showing up throughout the night to congratulate the couple. This wedding was the first of 2021 […]
What questions should you ask a wedding videographer? Or maybe just any wedding vendor for that matter. In today’s article, I will tell you two stories of why it’s essential to make sure you hire credible wedding vendors and what can happen if you don’t. So you’re looking for vendors and you want to make sure that you are well taken care of. Knowing what to ask your wedding videographer may save you in making sure your wedding film is given to you safely and in a good time frame. Over the years I have heard many horror stories from clients explaining how long it took them to get their video. Truthfully wedding films will always take longer to receive than your wedding photos but there is a line to draw with this rule. I would say anything beyond 6 months is excessive and I would advise you to make sure when booking that there is an agreed time frame in which you should receive your wedding film. This will save you the disappointment of waiting months or sometimes years with no answer from your vendor.