I spent many years in front of the camera as a news reporter and anchor. That love of documenting stories while serving others fuels our cinematography. My passion for weddings in particular grew out of a love of the nostalgic; I have always had a rare ability to live in a moment while simultaneously mentally "banking" the memories to reminisce on later.
Now that I am a Mom, preserving memories is all the more important- I get a daily reminder that life flies by all too quickly.
I love getting lost in a good book written by a Southern Author & spending the day on 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. I love the little details that make up a big moment- from the tiny toes of a newborn in our family films, to the delicately placed florals of our brides' bouquets..each detail is meaningful and worth capturing.
FYI- Kelsey is a fantastic singer, and will most definitely be found singing along to your band while filming your reception.
You've spent months planning your day.
But have you invested in your memories?
We put value on the words said, the quality of the video capturing your day, and the true southern hospitality style way of working with our vendor friends.
Photos can only tell so much. That's why we know you won't regret investing in a timeless wedding film.
A wedding day can be an emotional roller coaster, and you want to remember how each moment felt.
One minute you're laughing with your best friends as you sip Veuve, the next you're wiping away happy tears because your Momma just said she can't believe this day is here and she is so proud of you.
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 is 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!)