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Tulpehocken Manor // Adam and Kirsten

Tulpehocken Manor Wedding Photography and Videography

I first met Adam and Kirsten at a small coffee shop in LVC. Now, I don’t drink coffee, but I love hot chocolate. Raspberry hot chocolate that is. Besides that, I had one of the best times getting to know them and hearing about their wedding at Tulpehocken Manor (a venue I’ve never shot at, but would love to shoot at again!). Fast forward and we met again for some final wedding details at Troeg’s Brewery in Hershey, PA. We talked beer, talked wedding and finalized the details that were important to them for their film. When we were talking, they expressed how they had written notes to one another over the years. A light went off and had to figure out some way to incorporate them into their wedding day. I mean seriously. Love notes since the start of college? Absolutely!

With no rain plan for the wedding ceremony, we prayed for no rain and were blessed with an incredible day. I kept hearing all day, that if a train behind the venue came rolling through, we would cease the ceremony for a minute or two until it passed. I don’t know what can magically change a train into an airplane, but a pilot graced us with his presence four times during the ceremony, which made for some smiles all around.

Working with Brittney Kreider Photography is always a blessin (she’s one of our favorites), and Adam and Kirsten’s day was no different. With every wedding we work, we find something that really emphasizes why I love filming weddings. With Adam and Kristen, it was easy. The genuine love they shared with not only one another, but with their family and friends as well. Two families becoming one.

We wish you the best!

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Sequoia Washington DC // Lauren and Matt // Washington DC Videography

Insert the sweetest couple here.  Lauren and Matt, you are incredible.  With the distance apart, I had a few phone calls with Lauren and Matt in preparation of their wedding day, and just from those calls, I knew I was going to be excited to film their special day.  I never had the opportunity to film in Washington DC and I am so thankful that Lauren and Matt trusted me to help capture their day.

Their wedding day, man, it was incredible.  The weather was beautiful.  Family and friends were ready to celebrate and party.  I must say, Lauren and Matt’s ceremony was one of the coolest I’ve ever had the opportunity to film.  Their vows were amazing.  I love when couples open themselves up and share their love with family and friends.  I’m learning more and more that the ceremony is such an important part about a wedding day.  I can’t wait to grow on this thought with couples in the future.

Their reception was simply a blast.  With some of the most heart filled toasts, I knew immediately how much Lauren and Matt were meant for each other.

Head to Saturday, I stayed to capture Lauren and Matt’s Catholic Ceremony as well in Georgetown (Photo wise).

Now, this is very hard for me to blog about.  After the Catholic Ceremony, when I walked the one block from the church to my car, there was a police officer standing at my car.  I thought, “great, I’m getting a ticket, oh well”.  When I arrived at the car, the officer told me my truck was broken in to and gear had been stolen.  My right rear passenger window was smashed out.   My heart sunk, I felt sick and immediately searched for what had been stolen.

Insert an incredible couple such as Lauren and Matt, some editing magic,  another trip down to DC, some brown food, salad and an amazing evening.  You get a wedding film, and a friendship forever.

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General Potter Farm // Lauren and Derek

Lauren and Derek are amazing.  I’ve known them for the past few years and was honored when they asked me to capture their wedding day.  It was the first time filming at General Potter Farm in State College, PA, but it was amazing.  Binky is an amazing host and runs an incredible operation.

When meeting with Lauren and Derek a few weeks ago, they explained to me that not only is their ceremony for them, but it’s also for their friends and family who have supported them over the years.  They were excited to bring their closest friends and family together to celebrate with them.  They told me they were writing their own vows and a smile lit up on my face, I guarantee it.  I really love when couples open up to one another, and express their love to each other in front of their friends and family.  It’s one of those weddings, where I even feel the emotion pouring through the air (or maybe that was the brief rain shower at the beginning of their ceremony).  Regardless, their ceremony hit my like a ton of bricks and really brought things into perspective for me.

This brings me to a serious thought I’ve been having since their wedding.  The ceremony is such an intricate part to a couples wedding day, I hope to be able to talk with couples more about their ceremony in the planning process.  I won’t go into more details just yet on that :).

Back to Lauren and Derek. Their love, is so real, and is really unique.  Derek and Lauren are easily two of the sweetest and most caring people you will ever meet.  Throughout the entire reception, their friends and family “turned down for what” as I would like to call it.  After I departed for the evening, I received a few snapchats from guests and man, when you hear Turn Down For What, you know it was a great wedding.

I couldn’t be happier for the both of you, and I can’t wait to watch your love grow even more.

I LOVED working with Brittney Kreider Photography!  Highly Recommend!!

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Harrisburg Indian Wedding // Priya and Ramesh

I must say, Priya and Ramesh put a lot of faith into my filming ability. When they booked, I had never filmed a full Indian ceremony before. Although I was nervous the day of, I really had a blast, and Priya and Ramesh really made it so enjoyable. Trying new things is a fun part of the job and I’m so glad it was with Priya and Ramesh. They both had an incredible and LONG weekend, but they partied until the very end! Most couples are tired from one day and these two did it for three days!!

I must say, my favorite part of the day was Priya’s prep and Ramesh’s Baraat. With so many friends and family in attendance, Priya and Ramesh celebrated until the very end.

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Ironstone Ranch Wedding // Nicole and Tom

What a day.  Nicole and Tom’s Ironstone Ranch Wedding located in Elizabethtown, PA was simply incredible.  The day was a whirlwind with the weather, but their ceremony went off without a hitch and after the rain, came one of the best sunset sessions of the year, and we couldn’t be happier!

Nicole put so much effort into their wedding day and you can easily tell with all of the fine details throughout their reception.  Nicole and Tom, you guys were a blast to work with:)

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