Ashley & Brandon Wedding Collection
PLAYLIST – TEASER FILM
“When Skies Speak” by Ryan Taubert
PLAYLIST – HIGHLIGHT FILM
“Never Be” by Message to Bears
DOWNLOADING & SHARING YOUR FILMS
Your films are easily downloadable by clicking on the download icon in the top right corner of the video player. Once you click the icon, you can then choose the different film to download to your computer. You can share the link to this page to friends and family, or you can share the back end Mediazilla link where the videos are hosted HERE
You can also share just your highlight film or teaser with these link:
HIGHLIGHT FILM: https://vimeo.com/259402216
TEASER FILM: https://vimeo.com/232706339
This wedding was insanely fun for me. It was unique not just because of the timeline and venue, but because of you guys. Your sense of humor and chemistry with one another is something I will never forget. Ashley, we have worked together and known each other for a few years now. It has been incredible to not just see you grow as a photographer and wedding professional, but also see you grow more in love with Brandon. I can’t imagine how your love will grow even stronger with the years to come.
I am truly honored that you chose me as your wedding day filmmaker and trusted me to tell your story. I couldn’t be more excited for you two. You both truly are such an amazing couple and you created a wonderful experience for all your guests. You are surrounded by some of the craziest and most awesome friends to share life with and I really enjoyed being a part of the party. Daniel Kim even forced me to dance a little bit! Thanks for allowing me to film your wedding and I truly hope you enjoy watching your films for the years to come.
This Sedona, Az wedding was held at Tlaquepaque . These films were shot by Jay Worsley and shot solo. The photography was done by the oh so awesome Daniel Kim who also shot solo an killed it on the dance floor. This wedding was filmed on the Canon C100 Mark II and RED Scarlet-W and edited and colored in Premiere Pro CC. A handful of photos were taken with the Canon 5D Mark 3 with Sigma Art lenses