I spent many years in front of the camera as a news reporter and anchor, but my true passion is serving others through my camera. Not long ago you could find me in front of a high school classroom, telling corny jokes in the hopes that my students will learn something along the way.
Now I'm living the #mompreneur life at home in my leggings & loving on my three year old daughter. I love getting lost in a good book or podcast & the dizzying feeling you get when lying down to sleep at night after spending the day on a pontoon boat at the lake.
You can find Kelsey keeping the groom calm and groomsmen in line on a wedding day, all with grace and true southern charm.
Being a wedding filmmaker gives me a chance to see some of the most beautiful places and most touching moments with my bestie by my side; Who is not only a great boss, but an excellent storyteller and crafter of heirloom films.
You've spent months planning your day.
But have you invested in your memories?
Think about it..5, 10, 15 years from now, will you be able to remember what your Daddy said to you when he saw you in that gorgeous white dress for the first time? What about your vows? Will you be able to remember looking up at your fiancé as he begins choking up telling you he'll be there until death do you part?
Photos can only tell so much. That's why we know you won't regret getting a wedding film too.
Because wedding days ARE emotional roller coasters.
One minute you're laughing with your best friends as they slip into their bridesmaids' dresses, the next you're crying because your Momma just said she can't believe this day is here.
Those moments deserve to be felt as they are happening, then again as you watch (AND HEAR!) them happen again in your film.
We love knowing our films will act like time capsules, bringing you right back to that moment in time when your feet were aching but your smile couldn't be bigger or your heart fuller.
Watching a bride read her fiancé's love letter on her wedding day the sweetest thing to hear and see, and something that should be preserved forever.
Imagine sitting with your grandchildren and being able to show them how your family legacy began? (And Grandpa's killer dance moves!)