Our Path to Wedding Videographers

Women wedding videographers, Tye and Tanekwa, sit on a couch during an in-home photoshoot session.Before shooting weddings, we were videographers for the military. That experience taught us how to be aware of our surroundings and how to quickly get a shot. Once we transitioned out of the military, we helped to capture events here and there but finally decided a few years ago to start our own company.

Along the way, we have had several amazing mentors assist us with prompting clients during sessions to get authentic reactions and help us connect with potential clients.

Why is Wedding Videography Important?

Trust us, your day will go by fast, the video helps you to see and hear moments that you may have missed or forgotten.

As wedding videographers, we’re able to showcase what made your day truly yours through words and video. These films allow you to watch and listen to your vows all over again. We love to capture natural interactions between couples more than us posing them but we will give them cues to help them along the way.

What do we think sets us apart from male videographers?

As women wedding videographers, we tend to shoot and edit differently. We shoot with a different perspective and also pay attention to other details than a male videographer.

Being a woman videographer is unique. Capturing weddings and events, we’ve noticed it’s not a lot of women that do photography and videography. Thankfully, there are a lot more women venturing into doing both.

Any time a couple reaches out to us to be part of their special day, we are so excited. We are capturing once-in-a-lifetime moments and we don’t take it lightly.

If you’re looking for experienced wedding videographers to capture your day, fill out our contact form. You can also learn more about us or check out our wedding gallery.

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