Progress is a documentary film about the importance of unique cuisine and it's role in communication and community.
Allison and Joe Camden were married on August 6th, 2016 in Port Orford, Oregon.
For the next month and a half, I'll be editing the feature documentary film, "Brace for Impact: The Crashland's Story." A feature film about video game developers here in St. Louis and their battle to not only be noticed, but to flourish under their company Butterscotch Shenanigans. This company is unique because they're three super talented brother's who grew up together and just decided one day, "Hey, we can do this." The Coster's developed a few games, with a moderate (for them surprising) amount of success. And that's where we find them at the beginning of our story. Unfortunately, just making games is going to be the least of their worries.
Check out the trailer for this project and expect to hear more about it over the coming months!
February 20th, 2016
Started 2016's Wedding Season off with 75 degrees in February? We were unbelievably lucky. From the Four Seasons overlooking the Arch to the absolutely gorgeous Bissinger's Caramel Room, I can't have asked for a more beautiful day and couple to shoot.
Here's to 2016!
With every wedding, you're likely to vastly get different personalities. You have to be prepared to shoot different styles to accommodate that. Maria and Matt we're one of the best couples I've ever seen in front of the camera. Their chemistry made getting good shots all too easy.
My favorite wedding videos have a pulse; an ebb and flow so that you can truly feel every part of the day. The shooting has to accommodate these different emotions and tones as well.
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