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ct wedding videographers

Bruce - we absolutely LOVE IT!!!!

Thank you so much!  It really brings back the great memories from that day!


Wedding Films                   
Movie Packages: 2024 | 2025

Custom Coverage:


5 hours (ceremony and beginning of reception) - $1500.

6 hours (getting ready, ceremony, and beginning of reception) - $1800.

7 hours (getting ready, first look, ceremony, and most of the reception) - $2100.

8 hours (getting ready, first look, ceremony, and until the end of the reception) - $2400. 


ALL PACKAGES include FILMING and EDITING of full-length movies.   

Available Extra Options   

Short Highlights Film - (4-6 minutes, with music and selected spoken words) - $500.

Movie: Limited Edition - (15-20 minutes, with all the most memorable scenes) - $600. 

Aerial Cinematography - (2+ hours of drone coverage, with scenes added to movie) - $750.


Priority Editing - (video previews in 1-2 days, delivery of all completed movies in 2-3 weeks,                        includes: extra attention to details, bonus features, special photos from video) - $1250.


One-Minute Movies (short videos of special moments, which are fun to share) - $100. each


Finished VIDEOS will be ONLINE to view, share, and download.   

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Michelle + Dakarai  (Short Highlights Film)  

Wedding in Mount Vernon, reception in New Rochelle, captured by a Steadicam on the ground and a drone in the air.

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Aerial Cinematography  (Drone Footage) 

One couple's favorite drone shot, taken over a beach in Connecticut before the wedding.

Wedding Ceremony  (Part of a Full-Length Movie) 

Some behind-the-scenes activity, and then Megin and Zach get married.  

Wedding Ceremony  (Preview of a Full-Length Movie)

Jeanine and John get married on late summer day in September, in this preview of their ceremony.

Wedding Ceremony  (Part of a Full-Length Movie) 

Rechelle and Marc get married on a cold and windy day in October, in this preview of their ceremony.

Photo-Taking  (Part of a Full-Length Movie) 

Amanda and Chris have pictures taken with their friends and family.

Fireworks and Pictures  (Part of a Full-Length Movie) 

Some fireworks in the street, while photos are taken of the bride, groom, and wedding party.

Reception Dancing  (Part of a Full-Length Movie) 

Brianna and Tyler have a great time dancing with their friends and family.

Photo Shoot at Sunset  (Part of a Full-Length Movie) 

Em and Matt have their pictures taken with a beautiful setting sun.

Michelle + Luke  (Short Highlights Film) 

Beautiful wedding with live music by a famous violin player.

Ivette + Jose  (Short Highlights Film) 

The couple renew their marriage vows after 21 years, including some nice words from their teenage children.

Sarah + Jon  (Sneak Peek)

A quick preview. The couple makes a grand entrance and the bride crowd surfs!

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 Bruce was great.  Communication prior was great, he gave links to samples, talked  about his style, and answered all our questions.  Day of he arrived early with some  impressive videography equipment and immediately starting capturing things.

 He was present and worked with photographers throughout the night and got tons  of footage.  He delivered eight fully edited videos to us within two weeks of the  wedding and they were even better than we hoped.  He mixed it up with all kinds 

 of funny and serious moments.  Most importantly it allowed us to feel like we were  right back in our wedding, it brought us back to the whole day starting from the  hotel, not just the wedding.  The videos bring lots of laughter of stupid things done  and said, along with tears of joy for one of the most important days of our lives.  Initially we debated a video due to cost but we are beyond grateful we went with it.  Bruce's work doesn't merely recap the wedding, he lets you revisit the experience  over and over.  We didn't think about it beforehand, but Bruce posted the videos  

 so that we could send them to people who weren't able to make the wedding and it  let them feel like they were there too.  Thanks again Bruce.


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