Wedding Photography & Videography
You’ve never been one to dream about your wedding day, but having your family and closest friends celebrate with you makes you want to be sure that you have the perfect photography team to capture all of those moments.
You love the candids and the moments. You notice how these couples all look so comfortable, and are nervous that you and your fiancé will end up looking awkward. You want a photographer who will give you posing guidance.
You want a photographer that will respect diversity, inclusion, and will be comfortable with your Indian, Asian, Greek, Jewish, or fusion wedding. You want a photographer that is comfortable with tradition, so that you don’t even have to explain why every one is crying during the vidaai or why there’s so much gold jewelery during your tea ceremony.
You are not-so-secretly are more excited about your adventurous international honeymoon. You maybe wish you could elope there, instead!
You love how much emotion are captured in the photos. There’s a quality you can’t really describe, but when you see it, you know you love it.
Does this sound like you?
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But wait! There’s more!
While my first passion is in photography, I’ve teamed up with a talented group of filmmakers to bring you a Boston wedding photography and videography experience that is unobtrusive and natural.
I hear it from many couples – that they weren’t sure if they wanted a video. Here’s my take on it… Photographs are immediate satisfaction. Hundreds of my couples have changed their profile photos and instagrammed their wedding photographs days and weeks after the wedding. They get a zillion likes and everyone feels happy.
Here’s the story you don’t hear:
Several years after a couple’s wedding, grandpa passes away. The bride replays the toast that grandpa gave at their wedding. Though he is gone, the voice, the quirks, the movements. It’s all there. I help families create their visual legacy. Sometimes, I get e-mails where couples thank my team and I for capturing their families so that they can relive it forever.
You see, videography is not instant gratification, but it will gain value over time, and helps us remember people we love.
In the future, when you do watch it, I hope you’ll come to the same realization that I did. It was worth it.
That bride? With the grandpa that spoke at her wedding? That was me.
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