Clay and Jamie booked us late in the year in 2013 from a referral from their photographer whom we did a wedding with, Lauren Tomasella. We met the couple on the day of the festivities and they were really awesome to work with and get to know throughout the day! Thank you for allowing us to capture your moment in time!
Justin and Jessica were so down to Earth when we first met them. We went out to their house to discuss us doing the video and fell in love with them instantly. The hospitality was overwhelming and it continued into the day of the wedding. We left the wedding as friends, not just clients/vendors. Thank you both for allowing us into your life to capture your life’s journey! We just love you guys!
Curtis and Maggie booked us back in 2011. They wanted a fun video and some things similar to another family members video. We were happy to help. Everything was all set, then, Curtis was called away for Military service and everything was put on hold. When it all calmed down, they still wanted to do everything even though they already had a small ceremony and tied the knot. We were so excited, as were they! Thank you for trusting us and thank you for your service Curtis! I will never forget how generous the Kuethe/Witterstaetter family was to us.
Deanna works at the zoo and Greg is an avid Bengals fan. What more could you ask in a client? Their wedding day was fun and very lovely. We wish you the best! I must say, I’ve never been on a Bengals bus before!
Popular Jewish foods, live music, children’s activities, demonstrations of Jewish rituals, and a lively open-air market will all be part of Temple’s Israel’s third annual Jewish Cultural Festival on Sunday, June 9, 2013 from noon until 7:00 p.m. The festival — free and open to the public — will take place on the grounds of Temple Israel, 130 Riverside Drive, just across the river from Fifth-Third Field near downtown Dayton.
“Thousands have turned out in past years to enjoy the tastes, sights and sounds of Judaism,” said festival co-chair Carol Finley, “and we’re thrilled to welcome the community to our building and grounds for an engaging day of exploration and entertainment.” Temple Israel is the largest and oldest Jewish congregation in the Miami Valley.
We were hired back in February for this April wedding. The mother of the Bride hired us and we never met the happy couple until the wedding day. Leslie kept us informed on everything that would be happening and how to get to the church, it was at WPAFB! What a great family and lovely couple. Doug and Amedee were so easy and great to be around. You could tell they loved each other very much and that they cared about everyone at their wedding. We were also moved by the opera songs…that was very unique and AMAZING! Enjoy this teaser until we get the final done.
We are often asked, “What can you do with my pictures?”. Well, the answer is “Anything”. We can make them come alive and fly around, etc. I couldn’t sleep one night and decided a promo video using pictures and video was in order! Enjoy!