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  • My First “Mini-Doc” Attempt

    My First “Mini-Doc” Attempt

    Still teaching myself the basic fundamentals of filmmaking. While reading a textbook helps you get familiar with techniques, there’s nothing like just getting out and shooting. My wife and I are off to Sri Lanka for a month and I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to practice scoping out a story. I have recorded here my theories of what that will be. I’m sure I’ll have a good laugh when I come back.

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  • Mike and Korina – A Wedding Performance

    Mike and Korina – A Wedding Performance

    Absolute joy to film these two fun-loving people. Shot at the Bow Valley Ranche in Fish Creek Park with my second attempt at using a Glidecam 2000 and a JVC GY-HM100U.

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  • My Big Fat Trinidadian, Sri Lankan, Chinese Canadian Wedding

    My Big Fat Trinidadian, Sri Lankan, Chinese Canadian Wedding

    Her mom is from Trinidad. Her dad is from Sri Lanka. He has Chinese parents. Together, Chris and Meela had a quintessentially Canadian wedding. With bright colours and their own unique way of celebrating, this was a wedding to remember. Yep, this is me editing some amateur video footage to make our first year anniversary gift.

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  • Lindsey and Mandy’s Wedding

    Lindsey and Mandy’s Wedding

    This was a fun shoot with my two good friends from back when we trained together in martial arts. Lindsey, ever the performer, and Mandy, the quiet yet stunningly beautiful one. I decided that doing a music video would fit these two songbirds perfectly. I don’t know any other couple that can throw out popular lyrics like they do! Shot at the Victoria ruins in Calgary, this was my first time using a Glide Cam 2000 with my portable JVC […]

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  • Ukrainian Catholic Wedding Ceremony

    Ukrainian Catholic Wedding Ceremony

    Olena and Lane had a beautiful ceremony at the St. Stephen Protomartyr Ukrainian Catholic Church. Shot with two cameras and two microphones, we captured the many traditions that symbolized their union. Here you see the highlights from that ceremony.

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