We pay close attention to detail while remaining low key, and work creatively with you to capture your day's most memorable moments. Our films transform these moments into one-of-a-kind, cinematic films that allow you to relive your special day over and over.
Nuri has worked for NBC & CNN Europe for 6 years filming many different tv shows and news. Director of photography and screen writer of the movie "The Victim"Director of photography for an award winning short film called "Always Kiss Me Goodnight" Last 15 years I done over 100 wedding videos and commercials
After graduating from Full Sail University in Winter Park Fl, Art started doing wedding video professionally in 1999. He traveled all over the state of Florida doing weddings until moving back to New England in 2001. Art has worn many hats in his years of video production - videographer, editor, actor, producer, director of infomercials, movies, music videos, legal, documentaries and corporate. He finds his passion for creating wedding documentaries sticks the most. Art finds shooting wedding video intrinsically rewarding, especially when feedback from a client reveals expectations were not only met, but exceeded.
To say I’m a movie geek is an understatement. My father loves to remind me that by the time I was in elementary school I could tell you who directed and starred in every movie. Tagging along with him in his many years as a broadcast television director I got to see the ins and outs of a shoot. Whether it was covering a parade, the nightly news, or a children’s show, I’ve always had a deep appreciation for what it takes to document life. It has continued on into my adult life with family videos, action sports reels, music videos, and promotional pieces for some great businesses. Now, with the advent of drone technology, I can see the angles from otherwise impossible vantage points.
I most enjoy the opportunity to curate the most magical moments and stories of a bride and groom's wedding day! To look into the future and say, "This footage is going to be cherished and remain a valuable reminder of the spark that keeps the married couple together for all their days.