I get these questions a lot, if not, everyday. I have answered these common questions to the best of my knowledge. If you have any additional questions regarding a wedding or shoot, please email me!
What equipment do you use?
I use a Canon 5D Mark IV and Ronin-S for stabilization. Go to lens is my Sigma Art 24-35mm 1.2. I use a Rode Mic for audio and sometimes I will use a 50mm 1.2 when I’m getting more detailed shots or want a creamier background. My backup camera is a Canon 6D Mark II and I have endless amounts of batteries!
how do you edit your videos?
I currently use Adobe Premiere Pro and Lightroom. I will be releasing a video of my editing workflow soon so stay tuned and make sure to follow along on my YouTube channel!
Do you sell your presets?
I do not sell my presets. I don’t have any plan to sell them either because I am still tweaking them. They are also one of a kind, and I think it’s so important to find your style of editing and color grading. It’s a weird topic of people selling their presets. But thank you for the support and loving my photos and videos! I have worked so hard to develop my presets, and it is still an ongoing process (like mentioned before).
where are you located?
Utah, but I am always traveling. So hire me to travel to your wedding!!!
how did you get into videography?
When I was in Jr. High, my parents had a point and shoot camera along with a camcorder. My friends and I would always mess around with those cameras trying to make scary videos, music videos and mini movies. I would make highlight reels of trips and adventures. In January 2017, I thought it would be awesome to start filming weddings professionally, so I reached out to one of my close friends. She let me film her wedding and that was the first wedding I had ever filmed. I posted that video all over social media and soon I was getting more people contacting me to film their weddings along with other events. My videography has grown from there on out. Thanks mom and dad for letting me use your cameras and thanks Katie and Alex for letting me film your wedding!
what is your advice for starting videography?
I felt pretty inspired about my story and how I got to where I am today. I say if you’re really passionate about it, just start doing it! Just start filming everything and anything. Reach out to people to film stuff for them. Network with others and just do everything you can to get your name out there so you can get more gigs. I offer mentoring sessions! Click here for more information about that!