Here’s a quick trailer from the wedding I shot this past weekend. I’ve known Tim for a decade now. We’ve been co-workers, roommates, but ultimately, I am honored to call him a friend. I was thrilled to document their amazing day. Full-length to come in the future, but for now, a glimpse.
This is brilliant, beautiful, sexy short film making. And I’m insanely jealous I didn’t think of it first.
This is absolutely fantastic.
Kyle and Natalie came to me in a back door sort of way. Natalie works with my wife and we got arranged to videograph their reception that way. Since the two of them actually had a destination wedding on the beach in Texas, they held a great reception at a newly opened reception center here in Ashland, Ohio. Definitely a different and fun task just capturing the reception, but it was a blast. You can view a sneak peak of the evening’s festivities above.
I’ve known Eric and Chris for a long time, and was thrilled to fly out to Salt Lake from Ohio a few weeks back and videograph their wedding. Above you’ll find a little teaser from the day. They’re writing a great story with their lives, and it’s exciting to see them step into this new phase together. Congratulations!
A good while back, I posted about an amazing rope swing here in Utah.
Looks like the same fellas are back, and they’ve really outdone themselves.
Watch for yourself:
What am I doing with my life?
This has by far been the most wintery winter we’ve had since we moved to Salt Lake. Now, I know, I live in Salt Lake – a place well known for it’s pristine winter weather, incredible amounts of snow and generous sunshine. But this year has been downright cold and snowy. For a long time. I’ve had a solid bed of easily 6-8+ inches in my yard since early December that simply hasn’t melted. It will melt down from 12 to 14″, then snow back up again. So yeah, this video hit home. I’m ready for a spring ride on a steel horse.
“His whole life has been about proving things, to the people around him, to strangers, to himself. This has been successful and spectacularly unhealthy.”
This was uncomfortably too relatable.
You can read the whole article here.
I try to do a piece of creative work each day that’s not for work or pay. Lately, I’ve been working on typography. Yesterday’s work. And a solid reminder.