Romantic Pebble Beach Wedding

What an amazing weekend. We had the pleasure of heading up the coast to Pebble Beach to shoot Bianca & Micheal’s wedding at the beautiful Lodge at Pebble Beach. Their wedding took place on the scenic 18th hole with an expansive view of Carmel Bay.  As always, it’s a pleasure to work side by side with Ira Lippke and team.  Please enjoy the trailer and I can’t wait to share more as we continue to work on their film.

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Emerald Bay – Laguna Beach Wedding

We shot a beautiful film almost a month ago in the community of Emerald Bay located in Laguna Beach, Ca. Courtney and Andrew asked us to produce their wedding film in a combination of 16mm film and our High Definition digital cinematography formats, the result was stunning. We shot with both B&W, color reversal, and negative film to distinguish certain parts of the day with just the right look. We had the pleasure of working with the very talented Lisa Vorce of Oh How Charming! and we were introduced to the amazing photography of Lisa Franchot, who was a pleasure to work with. Check out this short film and hopefully we’ll be sharing more as their film nears completion.

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Santa Barbara Vintage Wedding

Back in August we were asked to produce a film for wonderful clients that held their event in the hills of Santa Barbara. When I say hills, it’s kind of an understatement, Day and Max’s ceremony was held on a mountain ridge with a 360 degree panoramic view of the surrounding Santa Barbara countryside. Lisa Vorce of Oh How Charming! worked her “one of a kind” talent to produce both a colorful fiesta inspired rehearsal and a very organic, intimate wedding day. To top it all off, Aaron Delesie shot the editorial inspired photos. For Day and Max’s wedding film we used both a combination of our Digital Cinematography and the very classic and romantic 16mm film; which was mastered in High Definition.