Hey there, I’m Sarah!
I film videos for people who want a wedding video that’s unique to their story and not cookie cutter.
I get to know you and your love story. On your wedding day, I’ll be right there with you experiencing all of the emotions with you and capturing it all! We’ll be talking throughout the entire process leading up to your big day, so when I walk through the door on your wedding day, you’ll be right at ease – like we’re old friends.
Rock your tattoos, your curves, your grey hair streak (hey, I have one too!), your big laugh: I love showing off everyone’s unique beauty! Be yourself on your wedding day and the happiness will radiate throughout your video and your wedding day.
I want you to be comfortable and at ease despite the bustle and excited nervousness of your wedding day.
My wedding videos are for couples who appreciate the big moments as much as the candid and unexpected — like if your husband forgets his wedding suit or if your veil catches on fire. I am so lucky to create capsules of these momentous and special days in a professional and creative video.
When I’m not busy filming and editing wedding videos, you can catch me at a local brewery, running at the park, doing yoga, volunteering at Le Bonheur, or eating at Hog and Hominy (my husband and I are regulars).
My husband and I are always looking for the next place to travel to. Some of our favorite spots so far have been Napa, San Francisco, Boston, Asheville, New Orleans, and Birmingham. (Email me and let me know where we should go next! Maybe for your wedding… :) )
Want to know even more?
Here are 5 THINGS you might now know about me:
I used to be a news reporter! I was inspired by a news documentary about Jonestown by Soledad O’Brien to get into broadcasting so I could also tell stories, and create news documentaries. After 6 years in the broadcast news business I decided to explore more positive ways to use my skills and tell stories.
Grey hair, don’t care! My first grey hair popped up when I was 16 and my part tinsel has been sparkling ever since. I love who ever created the new grey hair trend because now instead of “eww” I get “ooh!”
I used to be a competitive dancer! I did tap dance for 14 years, and I was always trying new techniques, going against the grain with choreography. (I was also a ballerina but never into tutus. I was forced to wear the big poufy tutu my last year dancing. My mom loved it; I was cringing ha!)
I can speak Italian, but I have yet to go to Italy!!!
After dance injuries as a kid I was told I’d never run again, but a physical therapist friend told me 15 years later that she could help me. That year I ran my first 5K, followed by a 10K and then a half marathon!