No video is alike. Why? Because you as a couple and your wedding day are unique! I bring my style of creative documentarian to your film by staying true to the people and overall feel of the day while delivering an artful film!

We love to capture the emotions and moments of your special day in ways that photos cannot. A wedding film will let you, your friends, and your family experience the day over and over again.  ***See packages and pricing below


"When we received our video after the wedding, it was just like reliving our special day all over again. It was a gorgeous video, the editing was fantastic, and everything he captured was perfect. 

When we shared our wedding highlight video with our friends and family, all of them were stunned. They still keep telling us how amazing of a choice we made with Jeremy. 

Even our friends who know more about cinematography said it was extremely well done. We were so lucky to find Jeremy and will be forever grateful to him." - Anissa on WeddingWire

Alana & James

San Luis obispo, Ca


Kait + Chris

Kait and Chris Got married at the beautiful Dos Pueblos Ranch venue in Goleta. Their day was filled with joy and tender moments and fun! Check out their wedding film below!

malibu, ca



After asking her father for permission to ask for the hand of his daughter....and it took another seven years before he proposed! Lovely wedding at Paramour Estate.



Emma + Tyler

Emma and Tyler St. Martin got married at the beautiful Dos Pueblos Orchid Farm. Their highlight wedding film showcases how adorable they are! Please click the link below for Featurette length highlight films!

dos pueblos orchid farm


Andrew & Kyle

Andrew and Kyle celebrated their marriage with family and friends at a very beautiful estate in Hollywood -- there is nothing like it -- the venue and their love. 

Hollywood, ca


Frequently Asked Questions


Our style is a blend of video candid and romantic.  We film the emotionally strong parts of your day and everything in between to tell your story.  Our primary source of referral is from photographers. We would be honored to be a part of the team that will create an heirloom for you and family to relive over and over.

How do you work on the day of the wedding?

I am based in Santa Barbara County but I cover weddings in from Orange County up north to San Luis Obispo County. A travel fee may be added . 

What areas will you shoot weddings at?

A second shooter allows me to get more of want I want compared to me getting mostly what I need as a solo shooter. A second shooter brings a second pair of trained eyes to your wedding which is especially invaluable for weddings with a lot going on, lots of people, and across multiple venues with fast-moving timelines.
Further, second-shooters ease things along and we work together to capture different aspects of your day and it actually makes it easier to work alongside the photographers when there are two videographers because it means less time of me packing and unpacking my gear and setting up for different events throughout the day.


Do I need a second shooter?

* Up to 8 hours on-site
* Two Filmmakers
* Film between 4-5 minutes
* ***Raw files of ceremony, speeches, and formal dances, and other longer events
* Teaser video of 30-60 seconds delivered within the week after your wedding

The Highlight Collection

The Featurette Collection

Feature Length Collection

*Up to 10 hours on-site
* Three filmmakers (third for 7 hours)
* 15-minute Feature Film
* 3-4 minute highlight film
* Edited video of ceremony, speeches, and formal dances and other long events
* Teaser video of 30-60 seconds delivered within the week after your wedding

* Up to 9 hours on-site 
* Two filmmakers
* Film around 8 minutes
* Documentary edit of ceremony, speeches, and formal dances and other long events.
* Teaser video of 30-60 seconds delivered within the week after your wedding





Elopement coverage starts at $2.800 (up to 5 hours and not including travel fees)
Documentary edit $900
What is a documentary edit?
This edit includes all portions of the day, not set to music. It's raw footage but edited together into separate videos that include morning prep, first looks, afternoon photos, ceremony, post ceremony photos, reception events, speeches, parent dances, dance party footage etc.
Why would I need three videographers?
The third videographer is focused on candid moments outside of the main event. They are able to step away from the 'timeline' and get footage we could otherwise not get.
What is the difference between edited footage and RAW files?
The difference is the use of multiple camera angles, synching up clean audio, and color grading all footage for a more intimate viewing experience.
**Drone is subject to FAA rules/Venue rules/Weather