Ever since I was 12 years old, I’ve wanted to make movies. After graduating film school, I realized I wanted to make films that truly meant something to people, which is why I’ve fallen so deeply in love with wedding videography. The ability to make people feel things and remember details that they might have forgotten about while celebrating their day are of my primary motivators. It's also the true connections that I get to make with each new couple, learning about their unique love story, that continues to drive me.
Whether it’s capturing your most important moments or running to grab you tissue when you’re a little overwhelmed; I’m going to do whatever it takes to make your day awesome.
I've been to the Bahamas, London, Thailand, and 20 states in the US. That being said, Montreal has a soft spot in my heart. The people are friendly, the food is incredible, and almost everyone is bilingual. I've been there 4 times in the past 3 years.
Of course, other than filmmaking. I have a deep passion for cooking! Food brings us together as humans. I believe cooking to be the most intimate thing you can do for another human being. It requires you to consider their preferences and what their body needs to create something special (hopefully shared over a bottle of wine).
Without a doubt, it has to be pizza! Seriously, for the short time I was on twitter, my username was "Brandlovespizza1".
I love Rick and Morty! I think it has some of the best writing on television. It also has an incredible way of playing with expectations. It inspires me to try and do the same with my wedding films.
A couple of years ago, I fell in love with Muay Thai. It's a grueling form of kickboxing from Thailand that uses knees and elbows. Besides being an incredible workout, it forces you to learn how to think quickly in high-stress situations. It helps me to stay zen, no matter what happens during a wedding day.